I think I value sight the most. If I had to give one up, I probably would give up smell, because my sense of smell is TERRIBLE. I can't even smell things when they are right in front of me, so if I lost that sense, it wouldn't really make too much of a difference in my life.
If I had to give up one of my sense, it would have to be the hear part because I have really sensitive hearing and I'm not sure if you'd ever noticed this from people or not, but during spring or winter season, everyone keeps making these obnoxious sniffing sounds where they snort the snot back into their noses and it's really disturbing to! But the sense that I like the most has to be the smell because out of all the senses that can bring back the most beloved memories of the past, smell has to be the one that does that best. Like the way the rain smells reminds me of my childhood days running around in the rain which really makes me happy.
Sight is probably the most important sense I have, but I value my hearing the highest. I cannot imagine living without music and rhythm. My life would just be so... empty.
If I could give up one sense it would be my sense of smell. Everyone in my family is sensitive to strong fragrances, so basically air fresheners, perfume, and scented candles are banned from our house, and I choke when I walk near a group of girls at school. Plus, it'd limit my taste, right? I'd be able to eat more foods that I wouldn't normally eat.
Definitely hearing. No one has any idea how important music is to me. I just would tear myself apart without it. As for one to give up, I would give up taste. No more problems with not liking a certain kind of food, you could just eat anything, and not care.
I value my intuition when meeting others needs as well as my own. I believe this is my most valuable God given gift. My least valued sense would be the sense of fear. Fear creates so many unwanted emotions, it would be the first to go if I had to choose.