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THE TRUTH ABOUT COMPARABLE*

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Comparable: adj. similar in quality and/or worth when compared

When women get paid less for equal jobs they are not considered as having comparable worth. Similar skill levels and tasks should be rewarded equally since there is definitely comparable worth.

Comparable talent is a little harder to evaluate but there are definitely more than two humans who qualify for an acting job and selection is usually made on the slightest differences in looks, background, or schmoozing ability.

 

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THE TRUTH ABOUT APPRECIATE*

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Appreciate: v. to be pleased and/or thankful because one recognizes the value and/or worth of a subset(s)

You can appreciate a kindness or a favor done for you and you often acknowledge the pleasure with a thank you. Ecstatic appreciation does not really exist because extreme emotion does not usually exist when you appreciate something.

 

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THE TRUTH ABOUT VALUATION+

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 Valuation: n. approximating a degree of desirability and/or usefulness of a subset(s) as measured by its equivalence in (money and/or ingus) and/or (prestige and/or worth)

 

In most cases a valuation is determining a price for information and/or goods and/or services or ingus.

 

The valuation of someone’s prestige and worth is a more intangible approximation or assessment but someone’s professional salary or pay is frequently used as a valuation of a human’s worth in the marketplace.

 

An even more intangible evaluation exists when we are trying to evaluate the worth of a good family relationship, a good personality, good morals, and one’s general usefulness to society in general or usefullness to a group of individuals to whom they may belong.

 

Not every human characteristic has a valuation or a money equivalent established for it but we generally know that honest, sincere, dependable, competent, friendly, and moral humans have a valuation which is greater than for dishonest, insincere, undependable, incompetent, immoral, unfriendly, and even criminal humans.

 

The cost of criminal behavior to society can be largely measured statistically and relatively reliably but the cost to society of a dishonest, insincere, undependable, incompetent, and unfriendly employed human is not statistically measurable except perhaps in the dearth of friends or absence of close friends which they have.

 

The mental anguish, anxiety, bad feelings, and misery caused by dysfunctional personalities only has a subjective ball park valuation but all of us make a decision to ostracize such humans from our lives and either try to ignore them or chose to have as little interaction with them as possible, especially if they are a boss whose salary we are dependent on.

 

 

A valuation of something is really a judgment of how much worth something is to us or a group subjectively and personally.  If the valuation is rather great then we may try to further associate with that human and if our valuation is not great then we either chose to ignore them or ostracize them from our lives as much as possible.

 

It is the duty and responsibility of parents, relatives, friends, teachers, coaches, and mentors to be as honest, sincere, dependable, competent, moral, and friendly as possible so that they are good role models for the next generation of offspring. Unfortunately celebrity models and admired humans in their professions have great flaws are very bad role models for young offspring and aspiring adults who want to be in a leadership position some day.

 

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THE TRUTH ABOUT WORTH+

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Worth: n. having adequate meritorious and/or useful characteristics to achieve a goal(s) and/or a monetary value assessment

The worth of an object can usually be relatively easily determined but when it comes to evaluating the worth of a human or wilderness then assigning a monetary value is not that simple.

Human worth is usually judged by meritorious proven behavior and number of useful characteristics needed to achieve a goal(s) when merit has not yet been proven.

Worthy or desirable characteristics of humans are trustworthiness, integrity, friendliness, empathy, etc. which can’t be directly quantified or given a monetary value even though most will agree that a trustworthy friendly individual has more worth than an untrustworthy unfriendly human.

Competence is easier to judge the worth of and frequently the more competent and trustworthy or worthy a human is then they are the ones with the best reputations and they frequently also make more money in any profession which they chose to pursue.

The worth of a human is judged by personality and one’s ability to achieve desired goals.

 

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THE TRUTH ABOUT VALUE***

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Value: n. corresponding to a degree of desirability and/or usefulness of a subset(s) as measured by its equivalence in (money and/or ingus) and/or (prestige and/or worth)

Something which is valuable is frequently desirable and has some usefulness. The value of information, goods, and services is frequently measured in money as well as prestigious positions in society.

Utilitarianism is an attempt to translate everything into monetary value but there are still things like morality and good human personality traits which are hard to quantify and they are what can be considered to be intangible assets. Immorality and bad human personality traits can be considered to be intangible liabilities.

A good personal reputation is of great value to society and a business operated by moral humans will usually also have a good reputation which can translate more readily into profit or money.

A properly educated, talented, industrious, thrifty, and moral citizen is a great asset to society but we must recognize that we also have to deal with those who are badly educated, mediocre in talent, lazy, profligate, and relatively immoral. A society which begins rewarding the later unjustly is on its way to decay, self destruction, and bankruptcy.

The one drawback of utilitarianism is that it is sometimes very bad in evaluating the value of long duration assets such as wilderness. It may not be obvious that biodiversity and wilderness is a vital safety net of healthy food when domesticated plants and animals become unhealthy and bad for human consumption.

Wilderness now is not making money for very many humans who are not in the tourist business but that does not mean that it has very little value and can be destroyed and exploited at will. Wilderness will have very great value to future generations which the present generation just simply is not adequately aware of.

The value of something goes up greatly when it is scarce or rare and we simply can’t let society make wilderness so rare that it effectively will no longer exist on this precious planet.

The tragedy is that the value of something is only realized once it is gone or has disappeared. Human death should not be the only source of human grief. The death of wilderness should be grieved for even more!!!

What do we value the most? The things which we spend most of our time, energy, and money on are frequently the things which we value the most. In fact we may also value time, energy, and money so anything in this life can have value to a human. We value what we want, do, and have and also frequently value what others want, do, and have.

At one extreme humans value money and material possessions and at the other extreme monks value mental activity which uses very little money and material possessions. Most of us fall somewhere in between and value money, material possessions, other humans, human behavior, and our beliefs and opinions.

Frequently most of us have our own priorities in life and we spend the most time, energy, and money on the most important priorities in our lives. Some have uncontrolled priorities like compulsive addictions which sidetrack a balanced healthy life and we impulsively value an unhealthy physical and mental existence as long as it lasts.

Some of us value things which we can’t have or probably will never have and spend much time thinking about them and even trying to get them.

Finally the goals which we make in life both conscious and impulsive are an indication of what we value or want in life and we spend much time, energy, and money on trying to achieve those goals.

Ingus: n. information and/or goods and/or services

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