What are Values
Values, in this context, is not referring to ‘morals' and ‘ethics', it is referring to aspects of life that you perceive as most valuable. Your values arise from and are therefore determined by your conscious or unconscious voids (what you perceive as most missing). What you perceive as most missing (void) in your life therefore becomes what you perceive as most important (value) eg: you only seek: money if you perceive you are lacking money, seek health if you perceive your health is compromised, relationships when you feel you don't have the connection you desire, travel when you feel confined or constrained, security when you feel threatened etc.
Your underlying private voids drive your overlying public values. Fulfillment means filling full your perceptually empty voids.
Your hierarchy of your voids determines the hierarchy of your values. The hierarchy of your values determine how you perceive (what you selectively attend to) and how you act (what you selectively intend) upon your world and therefore determine your transient destiny. Since your values change over time your destiny therefore changes over time. The summation of your series of destinies determines your evolving life journey. Your ultimate, or relatively unchanging core values, dictate your infinite journey the most. Your transient, changing, crusted hierarchy of values dictates your series of transient finite destinies.
The more important a value is, the higher it will be on your hierarchy of values and the more discipline and order you will have associated with it (steadied, focused - attention surplus order). The less important a value is, the lower it will be on your hierarchy of values and the more indiscipline and disorder you will have associated with it (unsteadied, scattered - attention deficit disorder).