The value of a thing is determined by the ease with which we can buy or indifference to inspire us.
It is possible to base a conclusion as follows: "The value of everything is determined by the strength of each."
For example, if a kilo of bread costs 100 for someone earning that amount without tiring is cheaper than for another that must be exhausted to get it.
Therefore, the value of bread is determined by the strength of each: it is cheaper to who has more strength, fatigue resistance, ability to earn money and inaccessible for those who are bedridden with anemia.
If someone says' my tooth pain "and the other replied" me too ", we can say that both complain but can not determine which of the two it hurts more.
It is almost impossible to make a comparison between the feelings of two people, even if we were to render assistance would have to assess which of the two is most at risk of life.
Because it is so difficult to determine who is worse, the distributive justice of the goods on the planet is a difficult and, in many cases, impossible.If you know several of the mothers when their children are sick at the same time and everyone claim it!
But the strength, which is crucial when assigning a value to things, also influences the resistance to frustration.
A sentence is known that 'No one else has richer but who needs the least. "
Hence the value of something is determined by how easy or difficult it is for everyone to obtain sufficient resources to purchase and is also determined by how essential is that thing. For a person indifferent nothing has value.
Note: Original in Spanish (without translation by Google): El valor de una cosa.
(Este es el Artículo Nº 1.968)