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A Picture Is Worth a Thousand Words If I were to take a space filled entirely with people and ask them to write about something that holds them value, what would it be? To some, the term "value" means something which retains just a monetary price, something that can be purchased and sold. The values that I am referring to are the values which someone can't place a price tag on. They are of special significance that maintain a dear significance to us down deep into our hearts. They're the things that are actually depriving us of those people that we are, and the folks that we would like to be. While I think of this term "value" I frequently think about love and loved ones. I consider the significance of the gift of life, and just how very special it truly is. In addition, I consider the times we share together, and just how very precious they're. They are not material items which may be purchased or sold; rather, they're foundations of that I am. Sometimes the non-material values we now possess often run into the material items that we have. One of my most valued possessions are my special photos. They don't possess a monetary value, but rather, a great significance of memory to whoever possesses them. Photographs are just like a moment frozen in time, individuals literally get to cherish that moment forever. Many times, cameras are the most important resources to people. Births, birthdays, baptism, first day of school, confirmation, holiday, weddings, birthdays; they are just a few of the special events which people usually come prepared, outfitted with a camera at hand. The reason? Most of us wish to recall. We often rely on those pictures to remember those events entirely and also to be able to talk about them with different people. Growing up.