Duties vs rights


Published on

My Second Candle for "Nirbhaya", "Damini". Do your Duties first only then ask for your Rights.

Published in: Education
1 Comment
1 Like
No Downloads
Total views
On SlideShare
From Embeds
Number of Embeds
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

Duties vs rights

  1. 1. Duties Vs. Rights
  2. 2. Which ones are your favorite? Duties(Responsibility / What you have to do) Or Rights (entitlement/ privilege / prerogative)
  3. 3. Asking for your rights orDispensing your duties?
  4. 4. What I have Experienced?1. If you deliver your duties well then every person or institution in the world will have to give you the rights you deserve.2. Without duty there are no rights.3. Duty always comes first.4. The more you do the more you deserve.
  5. 5. Meaning of Duty1. Is a term that conveys a sense of moral commitment or obligation to someone or something2. Should result in action3. It is not a matter of passive feeling or mere recognition4. Recognize & commit your self to its fulfillment without considering your own self-interest5. Does not Mean: Living a life of duty entirely precludes a life of leisure;6. However, its fulfillment generally involves some sacrifice of immediate self-interest.
  6. 6. Meaning of Rights1. Rights are legal, social, or ethical principles of freedom or entitlement2. They are fundamental normative rules about what is allowed of people or owed to people, according to some legal system, social convention, or ethical theory3. Rights structure the form of governments, the content of laws, and the shape of morality as it is currently perceived
  7. 7. Duties can come from four different sources1. As result of being human2. As a result of ones particular place in life (ones family, ones country, ones job)3. As a result of ones character4. As a result of ones own moral expectations for oneself
  8. 8. Types of Rights1. Natural rights – Cant be taken away. E.g.. Right to life2. Legal rights – based on a societys customs, laws, statutes or actions by legislatures. E.g.. Right to Vote3. A claim right – is a right which entails that another person has a duty to the right-holder. E.g. life, liberty, and property4. A liberty right – is simply a freedom or permission for the right-holder to do something, and there are no obligations on other parties to do or not do anything. E.g. a person has a liberty right to walk down a sidewalk and can decide freely whether or not to do so
  9. 9. Today we will see…What are our Civic Duties…?
  10. 10. Civic duty Something owed to one’s country(patriotism), or to ones homeland or community
  11. 11. Examples of Civic Duties
  12. 12. Providing right of way to public utilities over your property
  13. 13. Cleaning up after your dog on its walks on streets and not peeing in public
  14. 14. Returning books borrowed from public libraries in time
  15. 15. Staying at home if down with flu & Reporting contagious illnesses
  16. 16. Turning taps or switching lights off, when not in use
  17. 17. Reading newspapers, Keeping track of current issues on the TV, watching films which ‘enrich’
  18. 18. Voting in or Standing for elections, andkeeping a tab on the past and present track record of those elected
  19. 19. Filling right to information applications to keep a tab on goings on
  20. 20. Paying taxes and Investing capital
  21. 21. Not to Hoard Too Much
  22. 22. Not to overexploit Natural Resources
  23. 23. Following Queues Always…
  24. 24. Always flush Toilet after use
  25. 25. Volunteering, Transferring Skills & Sharing
  26. 26. Choosing Entrepreneurship over Employment
  27. 27. Remembering to donate blood
  28. 28. Gathering all waste
  29. 29. Notifying marriages, births and deaths
  30. 30. Bring up civic issues of common interest with people around
  31. 31. Service Above Self
  32. 32. A Presentation by Rtn. Amit Gopal ChauhanRotary Club of Kalyan, RI District: 3140 India Cell: +919769442462 Email: amit2462@hotmail.com