How To Judge A Person

March 8, 2008 5:35am CST
Why, you know, in this world, money is not everything, you can not judge a person only in term of money.But in what way can we judge a the value of a person? What is the standard? By what can we judge a person?
2 responses
@Frederick42 (2020)
• Canada
14 Jan 09
We can judge a person by looking at his money because money is avery important thing . Even thought everbody says money is not everything, one can observe and notice how the richest people are the most respected whereas those with the least amount of money are the least repsected.
@surfette (674)
• United States
8 Mar 08
When my son was growing up, I told him that he didn't have to be rich to be successful. I feel that people should be judged by their character, not by the size of their bank account. If you aspire to be a good human being: kind, thoughtful, caring and honest, that makes you valuable. Unfortunately in the society, people are mostly judged by money and fame. Because most of us will never be famous or rich, we aren't recognized for the contributions we make, but that doesn't mean we are any less valuable or a measure of how we should be judged.