Our current times promote a sense of restlessness where life is not always perceived as meaningful but instead often makes us slaves to self-control and our own performance drive. We have lost the art of lingering and fail to make time for reflection. Reflecting on values gives individuals a strong basis for being able to act. Values emerge when we immerse ourselves in what is meaningful and most important in our lives. Values also come to the forefront in conflict situations and acknowledged dilemma situations. Examining values or central concepts and themes helps prepare us to act with confidence, consistence and commitment. Values are a key anchor point for our identity and a link between our ethical convictions and our actions.