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Chapter 20. Resolving Values Conflicts

Sometimes you have two values that seem to compete with each other and you have to decide which of the two is more important. These are usually difficult choices.

Imagine that security is a high value for you and so is service. You volunteer your time to serve the needy in your community while your partner works at a high-paying job allowing you to honor each of your values without conflict. But suppose your partner was laid off and could not find employment. Then what would happen to your values? You might find yourself in conflict between your service and your security values. You would need to choose which value is higher for you. There is no right answer. There is only your answer.


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