There are two-person, “A” and “B”. A looks very handsome or very beautiful, and B looks deformed. Which one do you like? Possibly, your answer is “A”.You may like A better.
If I tell you that A did something bad to his(her)colleagues many years ago. If you just knew the truth. What’s your new answer? Yes, you may choose B. You may think B is a good person though B looks deformed. But if I tell you the real reason A did bad things is just want to help you when you were in a trouble; A just want to get more money to help you, how do you think about A? Right! You may like A best!
Let’s go on. If there are a lot of diamonds and a cellphone, which one is more valuable? Yes, your answer may be the former. But if you get lost in a forest, you’re in trouble now, do you still think diamonds are more valuable than a cellphone? Certainly, you may choose the latter.
Why does the answer always change? The truth is the existence of “ME”. Because the value’s judgment is muti-dimensional, and we have different answers when we are at different times, different places, different occasions, etc.
We often like to be self-centered, to evaluate everything around us. Do you think so?