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    1 Friends People who value this are likely to: care for their friends

    Having this value can be challenging because: you may not have enough time for yourself or fear not having your friendship reciprocated

    Famous people who seem to exhibit this value are Fred Rodgers, Helen Taft,

    One benefit of this value is... you may have more happiness in your life

    "There is no hope of joy except in human relations." Antoine de Saint-Exupery

    2 Wisdom People who value this are likely to: have clear insight into themselves and human experience to make optimal decisions

    Having this value can be challenging because: you may not be practical and focused on what needs to be done in the present moment or become condescending towards those you think are not well knowledgeable

    Famous people who seem to exhibit this value are Benjamin Franklin, Confucious, Aspasia

    One benefit of this value is... you may appreciate more of what matters most

    "He who knows others is learned; he who knows himself is wise." Lao-Tze

    3 Health People who value this are likely to: to be well in mind and body

    Having this value can be challenging because: you may become obsessed with your appearance and capabilities

    Famous people who seem to exhibit this value are Andrew Weil,

    One benefit of this value is... you may have a higher quality of life

    "Health is the thing that makes you feel that now is the best time of the year." Franklin P. Adams

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    Compassion/Service
    Family
    Wealth
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    ~ John Rogers

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    I wonder if the wealth part would have figured prominently in mine if we were in a more comfortable place. We've been climbing out of a hole that we dug when my husband was out of work for a year after 9/11 when the tech bubble burst.
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    1)Health

    People who value this are likely to: to be well in mind and body

    Having this value can be challenging because: you may become obsessed with your appearance and capabilities

    Famous people who seem to exhibit this value are Andrew Weil,

    One benefit of this value is... you may have a higher quality of life

    "Health is the thing that makes you feel that now is the best time of the year." Franklin P. Adams


    2)Wisdom
    People who value this are likely to: have clear insight into themselves and human experience to make optimal decisions

    Having this value can be challenging because: you may not be practical and focused on what needs to be done in the present moment or become condescending towards those you think are not well knowledgeable

    Famous people who seem to exhibit this value are Benjamin Franklin, Confucious, Aspasia

    One benefit of this value is... you may appreciate more of what matters most

    "He who knows others is learned; he who knows himself is wise." Lao-Tze

    3)Independence
    People who value this are likely to: innovate, solve problems, stretch the boundaries

    Having this value can be challenging because: you may keep yourself from forming close relationships that would be rewarding

    Famous people who seem to exhibit this value are John Muir, Emily Dickinson, Henry David Thoreau

    One benefit of this value is... you may be strong and resilient

    "True individual freedom cannot exist without economic security and independence. People who are hungry and out of a job are the stuff of which dictatorships are made." Franklin D. Roosevelt

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ivy View Post
    I wonder if the wealth part would have figured prominently in mine if we were in a more comfortable place. We've been climbing out of a hole that we dug when my husband was out of work for a year after 9/11 when the tech bubble burst.
    That would make sense. It had to be really hard and scary and not something you'd want to go through again.

    I grew up in feast and famine. One week we'd be eating at Red Lobster in brand new duds and the next week we'd be eating mac & cheese and the phone would be disconnected. The first decade plus of married life was less polarized, but the mean was no higher, if that makes sense. Even though we are still in the hole and barely middle class now, I still feel almost rich. I emphatically do not want to retire destitute, but it is looking, as far as the big picture goes, like we will be able to be modestly comfortable in retirement, so I feel pretty secure atm.

    To me, independence assumes a certain level of wealth.
    “There are two novels that can change a bookish fourteen-year old’s life: The Lord of the Rings and Atlas Shrugged. One is a childish fantasy that often engenders a lifelong obsession with its unbelievable heroes, leading to an emotionally stunted, socially crippled adulthood, unable to deal with the real world. The other, of course, involves orcs.”
    ~ John Rogers

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    Adventure
    People who value this are likely to: to experience the excitement of being outside of one's comfort zone

    Having this value can be challenging because: you may seek thrills at the expense of other values you hold

    Famous people who seem to exhibit this value are Charles Lindbergh, Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay, Jacques-Yves Cousteau

    One benefit of this value is... you may experience excitement and self-satisfaction

    "It is only when we truly know and understand that we have a limited time on earth and that we have no way of knowing when our time is up that we will begin to live each day to the fullest, as if it were the only one we had." Elizabeth Kubler-Ross

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    Independence
    People who value this are likely to: innovate, solve problems, stretch the boundaries

    Having this value can be challenging because: you may keep yourself from forming close relationships that would be rewarding

    Famous people who seem to exhibit this value are John Muir, Emily Dickinson, Henry David Thoreau

    One benefit of this value is... you may be strong and resilient

    "True individual freedom cannot exist without economic security and independence. People who are hungry and out of a job are the stuff of which dictatorships are made." Franklin D. Roosevelt

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    Wisdom
    People who value this are likely to: have clear insight into themselves and human experience to make optimal decisions

    Having this value can be challenging because: you may not be practical and focused on what needs to be done in the present moment or become condescending towards those you think are not well knowledgeable

    Famous people who seem to exhibit this value are Benjamin Franklin, Confucious, Aspasia

    One benefit of this value is... you may appreciate more of what matters most

    "He who knows others is learned; he who knows himself is wise." Lao-Tze


    This may explain why I want to travel so much and learn about other cultures.

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    The Value Sorter indicates these are your top 3 values


    1. Spirituality

    People who value this are likely to: experience the presence of something that transcends oneself

    Having this value can be challenging because: you may lose touch with the here and now

    Famous people who seem to exhibit this value are Dalai Lama, Desmond Tutu, Swami Vivekananda

    One benefit of this value is... you may feel fulfilled

    "Everyone has a purpose in life---a unique gift or special talent to others. And when we blend this unique talent with service to others, we experience the ecstasy and exultation of our own spirit, which is the ultimate goal of all goals." Deepak Chopra


    2. Integrity

    People who value this are likely to: act in accordance with a well developed set of values

    Having this value can be challenging because: you may lose something you value like popularity, friends, or a job.

    Famous people who seem to exhibit this value are Dr. Martin Luther King, Mahatma Ghandi, Henry David Thoreau,

    One benefit of this value is... you may be a powerful role model

    "This above all; to thine own self be true." William Shakespeare


    3. Family

    People who value this are likely to: provide and care for members of one's family

    Having this value can be challenging because: you may not have enough time for yourself

    Famous people who seem to exhibit this value are Theodore Roosevelt, Robert Kennedy, Marian Wright Edelman

    One benefit of this value is... you may have more happiness in your life

    "The family is one of nature's masterpieces." George Santayana
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    I quit the application by the 30th question because there were just too many choices that I thought were the same thing, or where I thought that doing one would naturally lead to the other and it didnt matter which came first.

    edit: for example: take care of loved ones/honour a higher power... um, hang on, if I'm honouring God as I think he wants me to, that would surely involve taking care of people?

    edit 2: curiosity overcame me and I made it through to the end and got the following list of priorities:

    1. Compassion/service
    2. Adventure
    3. Integrity
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