Values that relate to human civilization: long-term benefit, sustainable, power to do good, practical, balance, holism, adaptable,..
Values that relate to work/play: inspiration, intuition, cooperation, collaboration, elegance, enthusiasm, learning, improving, mental agility, objectivity, analytical, accurate, precise,..
Values that relate to relationships: appropriate self-confidence, trust, respect, unconditional love, forgiveness, sharing, compassion, positive connection, pacifism, responsiveness, initiative, desire and passion, love of life,..
Values that relate to self/God: humility, curiosity, creativity, integrity, wisdom, spirituality, meaning, genuine optimism, faith in good things, transcending, hope,..
Of course, several values apply to multiple categories but i've assigned those above to dominant categories which express dominant behavior patterns. For example, if you're elegant in self/God or relationships, that's a kind of grace not easily observable or appreciated. Another good example is sharing – that should be performed at all levels.. So no value is exclusive to one category. i've tried to group them so that we can focus on values which will help us grow in each category :)
To be more explicit, our 'civilization values' which will help us grow in that way should be: what will produce long-term benefit? What is sustainable? What gives our species the most power to do good? What is most practical and balanced? What is most holistic? What gives us the greatest adaptability? To answer these questions forces us to focus on those things which will sustain us. :) More than that, it forces us to focus on thriving values. :)
Of the values that relate to self/God, perhaps it's transcendence which deserves most attention. This is the value where we emulate Buddha, the pre-Christ. We cannot jump to this value without consideration of all else. We must live with integrity at all levels in order to 'make this work' / be meaningful. i have hope we will all transcend – individually and as a race.