val-u-a-ble / văl-yo͞o-ə-bəl, văl-yə-bəl
1. precious; having considerable monetary worth
A clear conscience is far more valuable than money.
2. having great importance; useful
To cultivate kindness is a valuable part of the business of life.
Samuel Johnson, 1709 – 1784
3. deserving of great respect or high regard; worthy
A valuable friend is one who’ll tell you what you should be told, even if it offends you.
Frank A. Clark, 1860 -1936
1. usually valuables, personal property with a considerable monetary worth
Your value is not determined by your valuables, and God says the most valuable things in life are not things!
From “What on Earth Am I Here For?” by Rick Warren, 1954 –