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    Harmony
    Freedom (which, to me, is related to independace very closely)
    Honour (this last one was a toss up, but I'll say honour)

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    1. Independence
    2. Adaptability
    3. Responsibility

    It doesn't always depend on types, but how you grew up can also influence your values.
    "I can write better than anybody who can write faster, and I can write faster than anybody who can write better."
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    1. Truth
    2. Loyalty
    3. Compassion
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    1.Honesty
    2.Respect
    3.Independence

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    1. Peace

    I fear upheaval and change, and can't deal with too much information at once, so I hope for enough peace to have an opportunity to make good decisions about the most important choices rather than feeling rushed and always making awful ones. Peace of mind is the primary reason to have law/order, in my opinion, as it is impossible without it. I understand that change is as inevitable as death, but my hope is that it will be slow and less rapid so that my peace isn't disrupted.

    2. Compassion

    People should try to be compassionate enough to inspire others to feel likewise, otherwise no one will feel any obligation to be compassionate. This is the thing that compels people to create order... the desire that this creates, to benefit a whole group, rather than just themselves.

    3. Truth

    Becoming blind to the truth is always the downfall of any people. Coming to believe that certain things are inherently good regardless of their actual effects, believing that what is pleasurable/easy now is more important than the later consequences, or even developing an unqualified belief that a deity will save them without any action on their part are all examples of what happen to people who forget how to see truth.

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    Independence/Freedom (They're the same in my opinion).-The most important thing to me, and what I almost always value over all else.
    Truth
    Courage
    I-95%, S-84%, T-89%, P-84%

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    Truth
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    Happiness
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    Truth
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    1. Love
    2. Truth
    3. Compassion


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    Quote Originally Posted by MetalWounds View Post
    1. Truth
    2. Courage
    3. Independence

    If I can't maintain those in my daily life things start to fall apart and I get trapped in negative habits, which usually only fuel more negative habits.

    I noticed a lot of people chose "truth" and to come clean, I almost did too. The reason I didn't ultimately was that I've become hardened to Truth lately, from the many bad things as she's told me, things that landed on me like a grand piano over and over when I was least able to cope with them. On the one hand, I can't bear a lie. On the other, I think Big Country said it best - "I thought that pain and truth were things that really mattered, but you can't stay here with every single hope you had shattered."

    I want it. I do not want it. Truth, and revelation, have become cattle prods. I shy away - not because I want a lie, but because I know a hard hit is coming.
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