Values - some things are not as important as they used to...

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Megan O’Connor 26 April 2011 HFed 340 1. Spirituality, family, love, intelligence, honesty, integrity, kind, giving, selfless and helpful. 2. I hope that these values last throughout my life and that I pick up more along the way. I hope I can build upon these and make them stronger. I know that I have to continue acting upon them and using them in my life to keep them. I feel like if I continue to use these values that others and myself will benefit from them. 3. People grow up experience different things and priorities change. Sometimes what is important to you is how you live your life and if you are putting unimportant things first it may reflect your values. Many people are influenced by others as well and this may also affect their values. 4. People should go through their life goals and decide if everything on there is still possible and relevant. Like I stated earlier, our priorities change and
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Unformatted text preview: some things are not as important as they used to be. 1. Wants- clothes, tv, gym membership, tanning, home dcor, car etc Needs- school, food, car/phone/insurance payments, job etc 2. Wants- car, gym membership, home dcor, clothes, tv, tanning etc Needs- food, job, car/phone/insurance payments, school etc 3. I am going to work as hard as I can and do what I need to do. Clearly most of the things on my lists cost money so working hard and working hard to save money. 4. I feel my needs are based on my values. I want to be able to have a home where our family can grow up comfortably and not have to worry about money all the time. 5. The decisions I am making are based on my values because they are about what I want to accomplish for family and myself. I just choose what I feel is best for husband, future children and myself....
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