What do you value most in your life- life itself or anything other than it?
First the feeling that I am alive by the grace of God is most valuable for me. For I am living I can feel and understand everything to an extant is precious itself.
After life, my family then many other things are valuable for me but all this I can value till I am alive. Thank you.
One who love's his life will lose it, and one who hate's his life, will find eternal life.
I value God's love for me.
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