To guide our life in the right path and to beautify our behaviour with good qualities, we need values. Values give motivation. They identify a person. Without values one would be floating like a piece of driftwood in the swirling waters of a river – however exciting it may appear at first. It is but natural that some of us are confused about proper and sound values. Many young people openly reject some of the traditional values and question dogmatic beliefs held sacred for centuries. Often it happens that such people do not find replacements for the traditional values and hence a kind of vacuum is created in their life. This is not desirable because in the absence of values there is no principle or foundation on the basis of which we can face life situations, make choices and decisions.