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It was obvious that my personal values were different from others – they might have seemed a little bit shallow and superficial. I do not think of myself as that, however in my opinion I have managed to do the exercise honestly, but from a different point of view. I chose truth and joy as my core values – as soon as I read the list (with my added values too), I was sure that these two are my core values, doing the exercise just confirmed it. I never really thought about values in a deeper sense so this was a completely new experience for me and I discovered that many of my other important values are caused by one of these or are essential for these to exist. Of all of the other values are important – some less, some more – depends on the person. However, in my opinion they all root in truth and joy, as well as they do
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  • Fall '17
  • Nguyen Tram Anh

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