Your Values

How well you develop as a human, as a man and as a father depends much upon your values – your integrity, your moral and ethical values. As a father, you can be assured that your values will be sorely tested; you will discover what is really valuable to you.

These values are the ones you actually live by, not the values you may aspire to. In the past, a man's integrity provided the foundation of his reputation. Reputation was part of his identity as a man, it was a component of masculinity.

Your moral and ethical values – what you believe and do – determine your value as a person, a man and a father. Your values determine the expression of your inherent value as a human being. In this manner, you determine whether you will be worthless or priceless, whether your life matters, or not.

A valuable long term self-discovery project is to find the answer to these questions – "Why do I have these beliefs? Why do I have these values? How do I determine what is good and what is evil?"

A useful book about a man who became very valuable to our country is "the Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin". See a description of his book here. As a young man, Benjamin Franklin had to determine his values and build his reputation. His book provides a record of how one man labored at this task and the results of his labor.

My book "Godly Abundance and Prosperity", Kindle edition, is available on Amazon
The paperback is available on Createspace
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