Idealize yourself through the virtues of Lord Ram
The first virtue to learn is an effort towards becoming a “Maryada Purshottam,” as Lord Ram is called. This means that one should practice righteousness until perfection to become Supreme in Honour.
Another virtue to be learned is to never ask why sorrow came to you because you would never ask the same when joy comes your way. Develop the habit of balancing your “Karma.”
The next virtue to be followed is to place gratitude and respect utmost as these are the pillaring disciplines of your life.
Talking of virtues, one should have strict control and balance over speech and deeds as these when used either enormously or miserly will guage your mannerism.
One more strengthening virtue is equality. Being biased will never earn you honour or love.
Even Lord Ram needed a friend like Hanuman; hence, value friendship as it matters at every step of life.
Lastly, the virtue to be specifically learned from Lord Ram is the respect to be given to your parents no matter what. In any given circumstance, truth wins over falsehood, and always remember, your parents cannot be the followers of falsehood. To summarise, respect your parents to respect yourselves.
There are many such virtues and ideals that Lord Ram has imparted to the world. Let us make a righteous effort to follow them and do good for the world.
Rise and shine.