Before you can jump into the obvious conclusion of how the above qualities are far from being good, take a walk with me. The goodness of good is relative as well. Since the custodian of this life is squally on me, the definition is equally dependent on my choices. Many philosophers of our time and the past have had much to say on the topic of good. Socrates, for example, defined good as the absence of what was bad. I do not agree with the definition of Socrates (Cohen, 1971). Other philosophers like Plato do not vocally commit to the definition of good but via their writing, it is safe to infer that virtues like courage, wisdom, humility make the list of what is good. The late definition is more of what my qualities mentioned above an inclined to for support.