In what order are the following criteria weighed to qualify someone as a useful and productive human being: family values, work ethic, and money? In how many conversations was this the basis of judgement for an individual? These are very broad terms encompassing so much human activity, thoughts, and actions. These same three things often renew our vigor to continue on battling with the antagonisms of the day. In our internal dialogue we know how we arrange these concepts, but when we are with others, there can be no assurance of a shared conviction. And yet, I have been in many situations in which everyone seemed to be in agreement about these vast ideas, especially when judging another.
Can some individuals actually share these views, or are they constantly
shifting these vague ideas to what they think will align them with their