What do you value the most in your life ?

India
December 11, 2012 7:45pm CST
Different people value different things , personally I tend to value family relations more over material benefits . But i have seen people who are ready to give up their family for material value . Even a stupid person will say that is wrong but do you become blind when faced with such a situation ? What do you value the most ?
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10 responses
@Shavkat (54266)
• Philippines
12 Dec 12
I do value the family than tangible things. It should supposed to be that way, money is just temporary. A low IQ can comprehend the real value of having a family. If he or she choose money, then he or she is weak.
• United States
12 Dec 12
Do you at least realize you can do anything for your family without money. There would be no food to eat of roof over your head. that is crazy..
@Shavkat (54266)
• Philippines
13 Dec 12
I am not insinuating that money is not that important. If he weighs that money is more essential and leave his family, then that is the weaklings in his personality. Good day!
• Philippines
12 Dec 12
Material wealth is only temporary. Time comes we have to leave them all behind whether we like it or not. But our loved ones are there permanently. They may be gone physically after their life is over but they're with us in spirit all the time. So I have to value my family and the people around me first over anything else material.
• India
14 Dec 12
I agree , money comes and goes. Our family stays there till the end. But its our responsibility to work hard to feed our family.
• Qatar
12 Dec 12
Most of us value the family, it is the right thing to do. No matter what happen to you, your family will stand for you and will always be there to support you. The love and care that you can get from them are genuine. So let us think about it while there still time.
@Angelpink (4023)
• Philippines
12 Dec 12
I wish to value more relations , but it only hurts me always. it doesn't make me happy. Almost all days of my life it made me sad. Relationship should makes us smile and moving but no the other way is happening to me. So tired of this , might be better i will value more material thing. It doesn't hurt me , nor fight with me.
@galileo2008 (1140)
• Philippines
12 Dec 12
I value relationships with my family, friends and with my boyfriend. I value simple simple things such as receiving a small "thank you" cards for returning a very small favor or even for friends calling me just to say "hi". I value life's small blessings to even great gifts.
@ZoeJoy (1395)
• United States
12 Dec 12
I value my faith, family and friends. In that order. I do indeed treasure my family. We do need material things in order to live a comfortable life. Also, I don't want to be a burden to others. That is why I am working hard to build an online income. This is so that I can be free to do volunteer work and do be there for my family, whenever they need me. It is not so much the money but the freedom of time as to why I want my own home business. Most of all, my faith and my family come first, then my friends, and then, whatever I need to live a comfortable and independent life.
@nat1_ong (150)
• Guam
12 Dec 12
No man is an island right. What if you live alone with all those material things; a house, a car, a bed all those electronic gadgets, food. and everything without someone to talk to, to be with, to eat with someone in the table, and someone who would take care of you. What would you feel? Is there still a value with material things without a loved one?. I guess your answer is no. No you couldn't live without your family. For me, I value my family first because they were the ones who could help you. When you were younger, they took care of you. Socially, you laugh, fight with your siblings. Isn't it a lonely world without a sibling to talk to? To share your feelings too?. So for me family is first butt God is really above them all. You love your family as you love the creator. You are whole spiritually that's why you are able to love the person around you. You live also and in order to live you work and get some material things. Well WATER and FOOD I value that the most. Shop first with the stuffs you need and prioritize it then you could shop for material things. Well sometimes material things will have emotional upliftment with your feelings and spirits and for me I don't get sick emotionally when I get something I want for myseld and for someone I love the most which is my family
@ARIES1973 (9533)
• Legaspi, Philippines
12 Dec 12
Just like you, what I value most is my family. I may be doing a lot of things in order to be successful in my career, but the reason for all of these is them. I am doing everything that I could to give them only the best. Have a nice day!
• United States
12 Dec 12
I value my family without me needing to even say it out loud or here. I can't find one person on earth that can live here without cash money. There is just no place for anyone to live rent free other then with a loved one. and not having money to provide for your kids is another reason to value hard earned money. So,with that being said I value the money I have to support my loving family.
@Aja103654 (5658)
• Philippines
12 Dec 12
I value my loved ones. What's the point of living in this world if you don't have anyone to love and no one to love you back? Material things are nothing compared to that. I'd use my material possessions to enjoy myself and share it with my love ones. Right now, I just needed an income so that I can prepare for my future. Money seem to be the solution for all my problems at the moment.