What are your top 3 priorities in life?
I have many priorities and it is hard to determine what priorities are the most important to a person. I had to think of my top 3 it would be
1. My Family Including Pets
2. Course Of Life
3. Real Good Friends
My top three priorities are:
1) my family, relatives and friends
2) good health of everyone i care about including my parents, relatives and friends.
3) my academics
My top priorities would be - my family, my career/passion (for art & writing) and my friends
...Besides the obvious answers of family and close friends...
1.) To be a wonderful future mother and wife! (hopefully)
2.) Be able to provide for my family while doing what I absolutely love doing, and being able to take them with me everywhere I go!
3.) To teach my future children about compassion, respect and most importantly love and how important it is for them to carry each of those traits with them no matter where they go in this lifetime.
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