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What is the most valuable thing in the world?

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July 27, 2012 7:46PM

Answer To relate a traditional proverb: Ui mai koe ki ahau he aha te mea nui o te ao, Māku e kī atu he tangata, he tangata, he tangata. This is Maori for "Ask me what is the greatest thing in the world, I will reply: it is people, it is people, it is people."

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The worlds most valuable item is its ecology. Without humans the world would get along just fine, without the world (or its ecology) humans would not do to well.

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All esoterics aside; the worlds most valuable single item is the International Space Station; cost $100 billion.

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According to Socrates, the most valuable thing in the world is wisdom, because without wisdom, one cannot know the true value of anything else.

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The worlds most valuable substance is antimatter.

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Pure water . . . the plants need it, the animals need the plants, meat eaters need plants, we need the animals and the plants and the water...

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Knowledge.

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The most valuable thing in this world is our parents who gave life, knowledge and awareness to us.

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Time. You need time to get knowledge and everything else that exists.

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Happiness and Contentment with life.

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Land and leadership. For example if you have no land, country and leader, the world won't know who you are and won't help your people.