How well do you know yourself? What are your Core Values?
In order to know who we really are, we must be sure of what we believe to be our morals and values.
Some of mine are:
Don't take people for granted
Always be honest even if it's difficult to say or hear
Don't go to bed angry
Don't turn your back on someone who is relying on your help
What are yours?
Mine would be that every person is different, respect other's individuality, there is no point trying to change someone to how "I feel" is appropriate.
Honor, respect, dignity,,, If you break one of these... you are at fault with yourself and with others. I try to keep those together...
Do not, ever, betray my weakness. It was revealed to you in confidence.
Do not , ever, make my insecurities, your joke.
Do not ever, revel in the pain of another.
Do not ever, forget, that a "fallen" person, is someone's hero.
Without values life is nothing and I always think that honesty always pays. Courage and positive thinking and humbleness in success are all values in life which I feel is essential to be a good human being.
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