When do you call a person good?
You tell me.
The definitions of good and bad are never absolute. They are relative and depend on personal perspective. Whenever I meet a person who is ‘good’ in my perspective, I start analysing that person. I start thinking what makes him good and what are the traits that impressed me. And whenever I find out the raisins in the pie I try to make them my own. I try to be one like them and follow what’s good in them. That’s a natural human tendency whether you do it consciously or unconsciously.
There are few genuine people who frustrate me. Not by being ‘bad’ but by being the reverse. They are so good that you feel low. But the problem with them (or me) is that I am unable to decipher them. My analytical skills say “Sorry boss, the cryptography is too complex to decrypt”. They are good in their own way. And I think this quality of theirs will be spoiled if I try to go deep down further. They seem as if they are better untouched and unanalysed. I cannot point out a particular trait that makes you say “see, that’s why he is sooo…. good”. I like those people and their subtlety. I am proud that I have a bunch of ‘those’ kind of people around me. It makes me feel ‘good’.