how do u judge a man's worth?

@wiseper (787)
Philippines
November 8, 2006 9:53pm CST
by the color of the skin? clothes he wears? the words he says?
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@ladysun (636)
• United States
9 Nov 06
Not 'How did he die?' but 'How did he live?' Not 'What did he gain?' but 'What did he give?' These are the units that measure the worth Of a man, as a man, no matter his birth. Not 'What was his Church?' Nor 'What was his creed?' But his work and his care For those people in need:His strength for his children,His love for his wife. These are the units That measure a life. Not what the sketch In the newspapers say,But how many will miss him Now he's passed a away. (unknown)
@Meljep (1668)
• United States
9 Nov 06
Clothes don't make the man. Beauty is only skin deep. A human's worth should be judged by his/her actions.
@cikedo (3487)
• United States
9 Nov 06
I judge a mans worth by his actions. Outward appearances are misleading. How are we to know if they are a good person or not by just looking at them? Words are even more meaningless. Anyone can say what they want but there is no telling if they are really sincere. Action is the best judge of worthiness.