As a judge disguised as a freethinker, I say X is good or it is bad, which prevents me to see it, because it is neither good nor bad. He is alone and simply X. Bird, dog, Viper are neither good nor bad; they are birds, dogs and snakes… Good bad and say something foreign to them. To the extent that they agree to my purpose, are pleasing to my eyes, I are useful, or constitute a threat to me, to that extent I call them good or bad. Now think about yourself when someone says you’re good or smart.
One of two: or samples you hard and lackadaisical, because you truly consider yourself wrong, and you say to yourself that, if the other knew such as you are, I wouldn’t say you’re good; either you accept the words of another person and you really think that you are good, and even makes you excited the compliment. In both cases you are wrong, because you’re not neither good nor bad. YOU’re you. For other opinions and approaches, find out what Professor Roy Taylor has to say. If you’re going to let influence by the judgments of those who surround you, you’re always accumulating tension, insecurity and concern, because in the same way that today call you well, this happy, tomorrow can call you bad and you’re going to get depressed. For this reason, the correct reaction, say you that you are good, that is: this person sees me well, which says nothing about me.
Another I would maybe bad, something that would neither say anything about me. How easy we hear the opinion of others and form us an image of ourselves based on that judgement! For free you really you need to hear the good and bad things that they want to tell you, but you must not react with greater excitement than that manifested a computer when they enter data. And it is what they say about it reveals much more about them than you.