Do you agree that “awards” can’t be the credible evidence for perfect judgment of one’s personality?The definition & the interpretation could be different for all of us but still we are liable to get imposed of with slightly good impression when confronted with their achievements in terms of how good the numbers are in the mark sheet along with the numbers of awards that one has been presented with during the course of their life.
But on the other way round there would be many who don't believe on this with a note that the "awards" can't be the credible evidence for perfect judgment of one's personality on aspects of good or bad or in case the same being compared in reference to the performances.
My conclusion to this is that to some extent that when your works are recognized & the same being not recognized are the two different scenario of a same coin but then this will not downplay the importance of that coin. Means the awards does mean something when you are presented with.
What's your take in here?