Life is not meant to be easy or hard, but to be effective and connective. By design we all connect to each other in some way or another, and how we choose to live will ultimately affect some and have an effect on the world around us.
A value system is a set of consistent ethic values (more specifically the personal and cultural values) and measures used for the purpose of ethical or ideological integrity. A well defined value system is a moral code.
Hard work – The bible tells me “if a man don’t work, he doesn’t eat”, and “if a man ask you to go with him one mile, you go with him two”. Both of these scream of good work habits and the bible is the fore-runner in teaching this.
Giving and Mentoring – There are just those who don’t know, yet if given the chance to see the options that are available, they may prove to be your greatest friends and ally. Never forget where you came from and always go back and help someone else to get there too.
Clear Communication – saying what you mean and meaning what you say is the easiest way to keep yourself from losing sight of where you truly stand. If you are always politically correct, one day you will be found wrong. Opinions are just that, everyone has one.
What we claim that we want in life, those things that we earnestly hope for, will be exemplified in our actions by word and deed. If we say we believe and we never act intelligently, efficiently, and persistently, then we do not truly believe as we say.