The Most Important Values That I

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IA. The most important values that I identify with most is dedication, improvement, empowerment, empathy, and compassion. • I would say that these are most important to me because without these five elements I would not be the person I am now. I wouldn’t have gotten through my struggles without being either taught or simply observing from others how you should be in life. o Dedication has been taught to me from my family; if you were to say you were going to do something, they expect you to follow through with that actions. Always stay dedicated to others because you never know when you will be in need. With dedication comes loyalty and respect. Not only be dedicated to others but yourself as well, I was always taught to stay in school, don’t give up, keep your head up, and never say “I can’t”. Those who give up are the weak and no one should be weak in my family. o “No one is perfect but you should always strive for perfection”, this is something I was told as a child, everyone has room for improvement in every aspect of life. This was really brought up mostly in my church, trying to a godly person, showing the love of Christ as always trying your best. Even though everyone is a sinner and will always be a sinner we should always improve in the aspects we notice that we fall short in, my church family has been a big influence in my life and with their influence I was taught always strive for who God is rather than what the world wants. I would see how my family would make
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