What determines the success of a person?Some years ago, success was directly measured by the quality of educational qualifications one had and the job he or she held. Sometimes, if the person were to work in the USA, that would be really counted as a big parameter of success.
This seems to have changed over the past two decades. Most people seem to have accepted corruption as a fact of life. Those who are rich by hook or crook are also held in high esteem.
There might be some back-biting about the unethical means adopted by a particular person or persons. However, even in marriages and other social functions, including temple functions, the particular person is given maximum importance.
Is this the right attitude? Why are we not able to lay stress on values, even among the rich? What do members have to say on this issue?