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What Do You Appreciate Most In Life?

Friday, May 28, 2010

I am limiting you to 1 thing, so this should be the first answer that comes to you. It is difficult, I know, because most of us have many things that we appreciate in our lives.

The thing that I appreciate most in my life is REAL LOVE. The kind of love that is true and doesn't have parameters. It is total respect and appreciation and trust beyond measure. It is a feeling of freedom in a relationship that demands nothing.

Now, it's your turn.........
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  • BENDER7
    Freedom--being able to make my own choices and decesions (good or bad)
    2317 days ago
  • FLAME42
    I think the thing (not person)I find to be very valuable is respect. Respect for the feelings of others, respect for their thoughts and values.
    This is a tough question.
    2317 days ago
  • JUSTJO66
    Loving relationships with my family and friends. I am so blessed to have a family that truly loves and gets along with each other. Friends, too, are priceless.
    Jo
    2318 days ago
  • PJSTIME
    How truly blessed I have been to this point not having anything too difficult to handle (though sometimes I thought so at the time). There are many more things but this came to mind first.

    Have a great weekend.
    2318 days ago
  • SHERYLDS
    Like the song goes...."To Love and Be Loved in Return".
    2318 days ago
  • SOFT_VAL67
    but is love a thing or a feeling? i wanted to say i appreciate my husband for his hard work and for his devotion, even if we had a huge fight earlier in the week, but i got to wondering is he a thing or a person, so i guess if we are talking things...my car, i hate it, the ac doesnt work, it rattles, but it gets me out of the house and takes me where i need to go, so yes, my car
    2318 days ago
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