He does many good things including helping other people and always sacrificing his time unconditionally for others. He is a good example of being a good person, and tries to show this to MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) students. He wins the students' hearts by teaching them to look at everyone as a friend, and not as a stranger (Karagianis). As I read this story, I asked myself whether the James N. Murphy Award necessitates being a good person. I do not think so. A good person can be plainly evidenced, yet a difficult status to achieve. When I look at this issue, I do not just look at the individual doing the good deeds, I also look at the effects these acts have on others witnessing them.
At a basic level, being a good person is someone who always obeys life's rules in society. Good people always respect the rights of other human beings, as pressured by the laws of nature, in the same way that they would want to be respected. In my opinion, these are not the qualities which distinguish good people, but rather are the qualities which can lead to the road to all the rest. A good person never tries to emphasize the importance of their own spirit or talents at the expense of others. On the contrary, good people ta