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Zeus is reluctant to bestow the golden apple. He says Paris, a Trojan mortal, would decide who is the fairest, because Paris had recently displayed fair judgment in a bull contest with Ares. Paris must choose between Athena, Aphrodite, or Hera.
Let's look at the options.
Hera is Queen of the Gods and Goddess of Marriage and Birth. She bribes Paris with Europe and Asia; he could rule over both continents. This is an enticing bribe if you have dreams of being a King or a leader. However, being a ruler comes with many responsibilities, especially if you are looking over such large sections of land with many different people. If you are interested in this bribe, you should also think about what that means and what the consequences are.
Athena is Goddess of Wisdom and War, and she offers a bribe of skill in war. This is an enticing bribe for someone who longs to be a warrior, or someone who anticipates being in a situation where they will need wisdom and skill in war. If you do not plan on being in fights, then this bribe would go to waste and would not make sense to accept. If you are interested, you might want to ask clarifying questions. Does this skill mean you will be unstoppable in war, or are you still at risk of being injured or killed in a fight? You should consider the extent of this gift before accepting it.
Aphrodite is the Goddess of Love and Beauty and appropriately bribes Paris with the most beautiful woman in the world. I think this bribe is interesting because Paris does not get to choose the woman; Aphrodite just knows who the most beautiful woman is. Furthermore, beauty is only one quality. Without knowing who the woman is, how do we know what her other qualities are? Is she caring and kind? Another potential complication is, does the bribe include the woman falling in love with Paris (or us, as the hypothetical receiver)? This is the bribe Paris accepts, and he receives Helen of Troy, who is already married to the Spartan King Menelaus. There are conflicting accounts on what Helen's initial reaction is. This is not something I would choose if there is no guarantee I would be loved in return. Also, this choice ultimately leads to the Trojan War, so in hindsight, maybe it was not the best choice for Paris.
When considering which you would choose, you should consider what bribe would personally serve you best and what the consequences of each choice are.