The four items on my moral compass are Independence, Honor, Respect, and Confidence.
Independence is on my moral compass because to me, because it helps define who we are. As children and adolescence, we grow up to strive towards independence, and to rely on ourselves. It is a natural human thing to want, and I embrace that. It is not that I believe relying on others is a sign of weakness, but I feel that being able to rely on yourself for your problems is a sign of maturity and ability.
To me, Honor is a concept that everyone should try to uphold. In a way, having honor is the dedication to follow your way, and try your best to succeed in carrying it out. To me, having honor is a way of respecting yourself, and recognizing that you are proud of how you are living your life. These are things that are good to think, and good for a healthy mind.
One of the most important things one can show another human being is Respect. It is a sign that you recognize their existence and contributions to society, in a sense. Having no respect for someone is to ignore, or to look down on everything that person stands for. To me having respect for someone, and being their friend are two totally different things. You can respect someone, but disagree with them.
Despite these other three things, the most important concept on my moral compass to me is Confidence. If you have confidence in what you are doing, that means you are dedicated to it and truly agree with it. And having confidence in yourself is one of the most respectable qualities a human being can have, and makes whatever you are trying to do much more legitimate and worth while.