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Family. Without them I am empty. Having the ones you love around, wow you just don't know what you have till they are gone.
Yes I agree with awoodog the family is also import..but we must value our God whom he created on us..without HIM life is nothing and empty..so we must put our action into god.
try also my topic..
Life: I've been in a couple major car accidents and I'm so grateful to be alive, and that I didn't take anyone's life. Every minute counts.
I value three things most. In this order. First, my wife and kids. Second, I value my work. Third, I value my health. There are often tradeoffs I make with each one where they will flipflop in priority.
I can also say there are several things that have little value to me like personal possessions.
You and your readers probably expect me to say something wise. Perhaps you want me to say, "Jesus, Salvation, God, My Bible".........maybe some are not of faith and wish me to say, " family, photos, life, liberty"...............
During my life, I have lost homes, loved ones, even my own child.........
When I am an old lady, I so wish to swing or rock in memory, calling the grandchildren around............gather around children, gather around, I have a story to tell........
I value my memories.
That is what I fear losing the most........my memories. If that is my greatest fear, it must mean, my memories are the most valuable. From childhood, teens, young wife, mother, seasoned mom, grandmother.......triumphs, losses, pains, joys........I want to remember how I felt.
I value my sight: visually, emotionally and spiritually.
I am glad that I can see to read and write, which keeps my mind active.
I value being able to see the ones I love, to see their expressions, to look into their eyes and see love in their soul.
I am thankful that through the years I have gained insight into my life, my world, and my God...this gives me the ability to become a better person (hopefully!!)
All these sight-full things I value more than anything.
The KNOWLEGE ... of Truth.
Knowing the Truth, is the most Valuable thing, a human can have in life
I value my family because without them I wouldnt be who i am or as happy as i am, or even as loving as i am.
I value honesty in relationships the most, because I find that where there is honesty there is real emotion. Love and friendship can not thrive where there is dishonesty.
1. My Mother
2. My life and the dreams that drive me
3. My Friends
I most value Almighty God, Christ Jesus, and Holy Spirit, and my deeply and dearly intimate relationship with them as My God, My Redeemer, and my Teacher and Helper. Without God I am nothing and Have nothing, therefore nothing except our relationship together has any consequential value.
My loved ones including family and friends and my health.The best things in life are those which dont come with a price tag attached:).
I value my immediate family the most! I would be lost without my three daughtes, son-in-law and my precious grandbaby.
If I had to choose only one thing.. that would definitely be a feeling of freedom. Freedom to do what you want, freedom to forget, freedom to not love, freedom to not care what others think. The feeling when your running somewhere in the grass field and catch yourself smiling so widely and so naturally. That's what I value most.
I most value my health and happiness. If I have those two things, I can create anything else I want.
I value my breathe! Without it I would have no life. To meditate and focus on your breathe brings you back to the present moment.
I value my life and give gratitude for having it, without it I couldn't do anything or go anywhere.
I'll take honesty, and truth over money and bs every day of my life, if I can. Our corrupt mainstream media moguls hate honesty, integrity, truth, non-bias, talent, intellect; really, anything of any value is not promoted in modern mass media.
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