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The ultimate goal of living your values is to eventually bring them into alignment with
universal principles. As you experience living with different sets of values,
you’ll learn what’s truly important to you. Your values may shift a great deal at
first as you set new goals and have new experiences, but eventually they will start to converge.
Your values are your current estimations of truth.
They represent your answer to the question of how to live.
Some sets of values will fail to produce the results you want.
They may leave you feeling restless and unfulfilled.The ultimate goal of living your values is to eventually bring them into alignment with
universal principles. As you experience living with different sets of values,
you’ll learn what’s truly important to you. Your values may shift a great deal at
first as you set new goals and have new experiences, but eventually they will start to converge.
Your values are your current estimations of truth.
They represent your answer to the question of how to live.
Some sets of values will fail to produce the results you want.
They may leave you feeling restless and unfulfilled.

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Other sets of values bring you closer to a feeling of congruence.
When you act with integrity to values that are themselves aligned
with universal principles, you get the best possible results.
This process of alignment is similar to how scientists try to discover a
mathematical formula to explain natural phenomena. Isaac Newton’s famous
F = ma law was an approximation of reality. But it was inaccurate at relativistic speeds,
and eventually Albert Einstein provided a more accurate formula.

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But it was inaccurate at relativistic speeds, and eventually Albert Einstein provided a more accurate formula.
Just as the physical universe is the proving ground for hypothetical physical laws,
the universe will also give you feedback to let you know how closely your values align with reality.
The process of discovery in this case is still experiential, but it can’t be measured as
scientifically as gravity. The scientific method requires that an experiment be repeatable
under the same conditions, but human problems never duplicate the exact same conditions.
Once you make a one-time decision in your career or your relationships, you never face that exact
same decision with identical conditions again.

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