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"Value is the most important word to understand in its economic and noneconomic contexts. The word is derived from the Latin valere, meaning "to be strong or worthy." The Oxford English Dictionary now lists its principle meaning in purely economic terms: "that amount of some commodity, medium of exchange, etc., which is considered to be a equivalent for something else; a fair or adequate equivalent or return.""
[One woman's reckoning]

I know what is "strong or worthy" in my life...

Do you?

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