The Test of Character

There is no better test of character than the estimate in which one is held in his own neighborhood, city, or state, among his immediate friends and associates. They have means and opportunities of knowing and measuring one's worth, or lack of worth, not possessed by others.

It is certain, therefore, that he who stands well with his neighbors,—with those who know him best,—be he humble and obscure or great and distinguished, is worthy the respect and confidence of all others, and in due measure will have it.

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