1a) Although I have many important values, my top 3 would have to be courage, integrity, and friendship. After going through all the different values and seeing the results I obtained, I am happy with the values that I chose. I think courage, integrity, and friendship are very strong values to have.
b) All of the values listed matched my own, therefore I found it difficult to find 3 values that were the least important to me. After much consideration, the 3 values that were the least important to me were power, spiritual growth, and belonging.
- I agree, and I am satisfied with the results I obtained. I think courage is something I value greatly. It allows you to experience a variety of things without letting fear get in the way. Courage is what makes people want to take that extra step and take risks that will allow them to grow as a person.
A great value to have along with courage is integrity. In fact, it is probably one of the best, and most appreciated qualities one could possess. I think it is extremely important to have strong moral principles. It shows people that you have leadership, and you stick to what you believe in. Being honest also helps you build relationships, stay true to yourself and live a better life in general.
Friendship may not appear as important as the rest of the values. However, friendships make your life a lot better. Friendships give you many opportunities. Friendships help you become the person you are today. It just depends on the friendships you decide to have. Whether they are good or bad.
- a) I think the United Nations 17 sustainable development goals that align the most with my values is number 3 (good health and well-being.)
- b) I think my passion would be climate action because climate action controls everything. It affects everyone on the earth, and it is extremely important.
- c) One specific action I would like to apply to address this goal is an ocean cleanup. I think an ocean cleanup is a really good action to address my goal because it promotes good health and the well-being of not only people but also animals.