James A. White Sr.
October 22, 2013
My core values are what I have determined of what I believe in. Some people never take the time to communicate what their values are. Once a person determines what, he or she believes in and what is important to him or her, his or her values are set in their lives. There are several ways that an individual can determine his or her core values. Here are some questions that some people ask themselves to determine their core values;
What is important to me?
What do I believe in?
What are things I believe in that you would want to pass on to your children?
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Your present purpose or mission for life will reflect your present highest values.
During the years of my young life, I had the opportunity to grow up with both parents and also my grandparents. Both generations believed in acquiring strong core values. Those core values consisted of spiritual values, civic and cultural values, relational values, moral and family values. These core values would teach me to love God with a whole heart and serve him. The
Civic and cultural values would assist me in being a law-abiding citizens and stay out jail with respecting the law officials. The relational values taught me to have respect for others and the belongings as well as being thoughtful, kind and helpful. The most important of all values taught to me as I grew up was family and moral values. The family and moral values makes me put my family before my job. For example, if there had to be a decision made if I would leave my family behind to do something for my job that I could do later, I definitely would choose my...