How Do You Judge A Person?

Our experiences made us who we are, right? Of course there are other factors, like environment, but I have a feeling you’ll agree that how we reacted to the various circumstances in our lives is our more defining measure as effective human beings. I believe that a person’s worth is internal – character. Everything else is secondary. Everything in his resume – including his photo (physical appearance) – is external. Why do I believe that? It is because I have encountered college graduates without good manners and professionals without right conduct. There are kids from decent families who become parasites, and religious people who take advantage of others and stab them in the back. There are those bred in luxury but wallow in self-pity, and there are intelligent folks who only think about self-destruction. I make no judgments whatsoever. I only hope that at least one person who reads this will find it worth thinking about. I also want to listen to George Michael: “People…You can never change the way they feel…Better let them do just what they will…For they will…” Image courtesy of DNForum.com

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JonathanAquino said…
People…You can never change the way they feel…Better let them do just what they will…For they will…”