Selflessness is a good attribute. You put others before yourself and are humble and pure and good.
Kindness is obviously important too, and can sometimes be even better than the first. Sometimes other people just need a hand or shoulder to cry on, or just plain kindness.
Bravery doesn't just mean able to face scary things, but the ability to face tough decisions. With bravery you will be better able to accomplish the two above.
Honesty is important, because if you are honest, completely and sometimes even brutally so, people will trust you and love you all the more. And they themselves with feel more worth it.
Intelligence. Well, there are all kinds of intelligence, but true intelligence is being able to handle the ideas and situations that face you, and handling them accordingly. A truly intelligent person knows not only facts that they throw in others' faces, but tact and, in the end, how to be selfless and kind in an honorable and honest way. It takes a lot of bravery to do this.
TL;DR yeah, I think they're all equally important, too.
(I wasn't sure when I started to answer this. Thanks for making me think!)