V is for Value: Day-22

“Even though the price is same, the value of that thing is not same for everyone. The value of 1 kg of rice may be 40-50 rupees for many, but the value of rice for farmers is way more than that.”

In this money driven world everyone thinks money is everything. But we should know money doesn’t have value. The hard work done behind the scenes for growing, manufacturing, producing, creating, refining, developing different things is the actual value. Now imagine you want a chocolate, you think you can them just because you have money? If yes then you must be ignorant. There is a lot of process involved behind that, that is the real value for the thing for which we can never pay enough. That’s why price is the compromise. You pay, you get. Value is not price which you pay. The real value is known to the people who do the hard work for making the things.

Value everything which you have in life. And more if it is not related to money, like moments, happiness, peace, time, passion etc. They all make you, you. Money may give you different excuses of happiness, but not the source of happiness. Because the source of happiness is in you. You have to value that. ‘I’m are awesome’, keep saying this every morning standing in front of mirror. You have to value yourself. Because value adds character in our life.

Your value is not decided by the people who measure your worth. It depends on you. The way you value and treat people decides your worth. Because you are worthy for many people in the world. You just have yo value it. Others’ opinions doesn’t matter if you value everything correctly by yourself. Be kind. Value people. Follow values. Be virtuous.


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This is my entry for A to Z challenge . It is already day 22 and it is on the letter ‘V’. ‘V’ is for Value. Learn to value people in our life and also the things which we can’t buy with money.

Coming to the challenge, as the name itself says it is very challenging. On every day of month April, except Sundays, which makes it to 26 days, each participant should publish a post relating to the letter corresponding to the number of the day thus completing all the 26 alphabets. For example on day 1, the post should be on something related on letter A, on the second day it should be related to B and this goes on. Exciting? Isn’t it?

And as always, thanks for reading. Have a beautiful week ahead. Follow the values and be virtuous.