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Values to Pass On(2)

Values to Pass On Dedicated to the premise "The values we live by are worth more when we pass them on," the Foundation for a Better Life has created an interactive site for stories based on an alphabetical list of 50+ values, ranging from Ambition to Vision. Each label leads to a page where users
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Values to Pass On


Dedicated to the premise "The values we live by are worth more when we pass them on," the Foundation for a Better Life has created an interactive site for stories based on an alphabetical list of 50+ values, ranging from Ambition to Vision. Each label leads to a page where users may post audio, written, and video stories related to that particular value. It is in blog-format, which should appeal to today's generation. This is an excellent site for class discussions, essay-writing, narrative writing, etc.

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