At the time you must chose one, which
Truth or compassion?
Friendship or Justice?
Freedom or Equality?
Solidarity or Prudence?
It is easy to choose between good and bad; the difficulty is to choose between bad and bad or good and good.
The trouble with values is that they are all good. All good values are not created equal.
Most people will swiftly agree with most of the high values of humankind: freedom, happiness, truth, respect, justice, equality, prudence, compassion, courage, modesty, patience, moderation, harmony, industry and so on; but ask them which is the most important and prevailing. You will suddenly find in the pattern the striking differences that tell fascists apart from communists and religious fanatics from tolerant free thinkers; or, why not, tolerant believers and fanatic free thinkers  .
Bad people have no problem with good values. Irreconcilable opposites are made from the same handful of values representing goodness. It is the weight of each that differs. Probably, the difference between sages and fools is also a matter of ordering values.
To become aware of your own values and size up your order of priority is well worth careful reflection. The precedence of values passes so unquestioned that common sense does not even see it and certainly does not examine it. This layout defines nevertheless, shielded from critical sense, who you are, what you respect and what you seek in life. Your value-formula determines what good life is for you and what kind of wisdom fits you.
Your values drive you; if you are not aware of them they drive you from the dark. Bring them to light and examine them. You do have a right to weigh them freely - in your head - to chose your own choices.
We tend to forget that values are man-made axioms agreed as beneficial. There is nothing God-given about them. Keep Nietzsche's hammer at hand  to gently tap on each value and to judge the sound. Depending on the place where they are hung, some of those bells may give an empty ding of hypocrisy. This is not theory: your chime, your arrangement of personal values chants who you are.
See the work of Milton Rokeach ex: "The Nature of Human Values" 1973
Friederich Nietzsche, "Twiligt of the Idols" and "Beyond Good and Evil"