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Values 2-3 - The next elimination was honesty which though...

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Greg Stoker February 4, 2008 Professor Linck FNPL-101 Values It was not easy to pick only ten values from the large list provided for this assignment. Nearly all of them were things that I valued in different amounts. What ended up being to top ten were: affection (love and caring), creativity, democracy, friendships, honesty, knowledge, freedom, pleasure, responsibility and accountability, wealth, and truth. Going from a list of ten to a list of five was much easier than picking the original ten. I chose affection, friendships, honesty, freedom, and wealth. From there, wealth was the first to go because it seemed superficial and far less important than the other four.
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Unformatted text preview: The next elimination was honesty, which, though it is very important to me, was less important than freedom, friendship, and affection. My top three I will simply name and explain. In third place on my values chart came freedom, because I would rather be imprisoned than live life without friendship and affection. In second place was friendship because even though I love having friends and being a good friend, I could not place it above affection. Affection (love and caring) was the obvious winner for me as soon as I saw it on the list. It is the single most important thing to me, and doubt I could live without it. After all, all you need is love....
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