I thought here the other day, that the will to last seems to be the equal of "value", as only that which follows a pattern recognizable as a "will to last", an effort from Time itself to last, can be considered to have value, as anything else, by their will not to last, in matter of what Time as All-Encompassing has as will, that will neither last and even speaking of it as being valuable is counter-intuitive, since to have value there must be a prospect to speak of.
But, value is also relative, I reckon most people recognize, as I value things different than you. And then I thought, "oh course!", it's different because we all have different policies, different values, for recognizing values elsewhere as in right of being right (as the original right is provided by Time as All-Encompassing by the will to last). We all have our integrative philosophy! Our own "wills of lasting" about the idea of other people as "wills of lasting", meaning that that which does not have enough will in us will neither be recognized by us.
But what then is integratively valid? If all things are at the bottom equally valuable, what is there then to speak of about value in our daily life? What does the term "should" mean when things has not been given the chance to be ignored yet?