#50Values Tournament Final Four
Today is the start of the Final Four of the #50Values Tournament that we started here on the Values Storying blog three weeks ago. We started with 50 commonly valued ethics and have been working our way toward this community’s most treasured value, the one my readers would most want to be able to pass along to the next generation.
Elite 8 Ethics Results
The winner of each head-to-head match-up advanced to this week’s Final Four, the last round of the tournament. Winners from last week are in bold:
- Integrity vs. Faithfulness
- Faith vs. Wisdom
- Family vs. Commitment
- Love vs. Obedience
Note: Again, one value–the same as the previous round–received unanimous support. And I’m still not saying which one. Let’s see if it wins out. One of the three that I had picked to make it until the final round (wisdom) was eliminated in the Elite 8.
Voting for this round is different from prior rounds. In the Final Four round, you will rank the remaining values. Accumulated points for each ranking will determine the winner. Remember, voting for one value does not indicate that another value is not important. The purpose is to prioritize the values that we want to pass along to the next generation.
Happy voting. Thanks for your participation in the conversation. Please use the comments section to make the case for the value you view as most important.
Al is the author of Lines in the Gravel (and 52 Other Re-Told Childhood Tales) and is currently compiling his faith stories into his second major work, Stories from the Roller Coaster (of a Faith Life), due later this month. He is writing that book completely outside of the typical work week in order to develop a blueprint for busy people with a valuable story to tell to be able to tell their stories. Subscribe to his email list to stay up to date on his progress and for additional excerpts from the book.
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