What Do You Value The Most.

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Alison Baillie Profile
Alison Baillie answered
Don't believe them when they say that - if their house caught fire would they save themselves or their possessions? You can always replace a possession. Even photos and stuff like that actually makes no difference - you can live your whole life without photos or memorabilia, after all, you have a brain with its own memory. I know many people who put a lot of value on their possessions, and the more they are like that, the more miserable they seem to be.
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Robyn Rothman
Robyn Rothman commented
I lost everything in a fire last year... except me and my neighbors. You're right, but I have to say, I lost some things that are irreplaceable. It still hurts.
martha
martha commented
I value my salvation first, then my family and the memories of my late husband Pictures too, they can't be replaced.
Suhail Ajmal Profile
Suhail Ajmal answered
I value life. I value people. I value my parents. Materialistic things will stay here in this world. Your relatives, your friends and your parents are valuable Asset. I don't give value to things as I believe they will not stay with me whenever I need moral and psychological support.
helen baillie-gutteridge Profile
There is a famous art critic in the UK who was asked which of his possessions he would save from a fire. Without hesitation he said "my dogs". That would be my answer too. I would be upset by losing the other stuff, but distraught if I did not save the dogs.
Chris Lee Profile
Chris Lee answered
I value my loved ones lives and my own most, anybody who thinks objects are more valuable must be very confused : )
Robyn Rothman Profile
Robyn Rothman answered
I value my life, but I lost two extremely close friends, and I think I would have traded my life for either of theirs. That's how much they meant to me.
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Laura Smith
Laura Smith commented
like you robbier, i lost loved ones. my mom last year and i value her above anyone, and her brother years before. i value my mom and 2 dads , boyfriend, new son, extended family, friends.
Robyn Rothman
Robyn Rothman commented
I'm so sorry to hear about your mom. Hang on to friends and family. Never let them go.
Richard Pederson Profile
One tends to think that there is only one answer!  As we can see from the answers received, there "isn't" one answer.  As for me, I would have to say my family.  They are my support, my rock, my loves!  Any material item I own can be replaced (to an extent - I understand robbier44's comment).  

I happened across a poster that seemed so appropriate that I have it on my office wall  It is by H. Jackson Brown Jr., and here is the web link:
www.lovstrand.com

I hope you will find it as meaningful for you as it has been for me.

Thanks for the Q!

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