Variations in Most Valuable Possession
Have you ever speculated about your most valuable possession? Well, if not it’s really a good idea if you start thinking about it. If you start thinking about the most valuable possession, you might come up with a big list. You can then select the most treasured among them.
Some people come up with a situation where they have to compromise all the possessions so that they can stick up with one best possession.
While researching more on most valued possession, I came up an interesting idea to write about some of the most valued possession that exists and variations among the possession depending upon one’s lifestyle, knowledge and various factors.
Possession and their variations
Brian Blessed, the famous English actor and comedian says in an interview that his most valuable possession is Tibetian Thangka. He was asked, What is the prized possession you value above all others? In reply he said:
An ancient Tibetan Thangka – an embroidered drape –given to me by the Dalai Lama in 1990 before my ascent of Everest.
Well, it seems that Thangka comes even before Mt.Everest for Brian.
For many Buddhist monks and nuns, they compensate their other possessions like family, career, and loved ones and choose teachings of Buddha, meditation and path of enlightenment as the most valued possession.
If you are a painter or an artist you have to concentrate and focus a lot on your paintings and artworks. Furthermore, your painting might not be excellent on the first attempt. So if you ask any painter what is your most valued possession? He/she would obviously reply patience and concentration.
If you are the one who frequently has health issues, allergies and infections, I am sure your most valued possession is your health because you have to take care of your health time and then.
For some students who secure excellent grades in exams, they would always put the study on their top priority. Hence, they would value their education most.