Thanks for the heads up, I'll look into those books.
I agree with your post as well.
There is nothing wrong with your values, they are to be admired in a world seemingly gone mad with turmoil.
Values are however a personal thing. I believe they are a result of our life's experiences, yet they could also be attributed to socio-economic
factors as well.
My values differ from yours and from Mouth's as well I am sure. Yet as we both have stated before, that does not make us wrong, just different.
I can not explain to you the number of times I have wished I had not chosen this life. However, I did and it was no fault of any "upbringing"
either. It was a conscious decision on my part many years ago.
Still I agree with Mouth's analysis, although it differs slightly from my own.