In order to judge properly, there must be some set standard set from which to compare and gauge ones conclusions. Not only should there be a standard set, but there must be some understanding of the realm in which one is to judge. If one is to judge a dog show, there must be some standard by which to compare the dogs in the show by. One might be called upon to judge in civil court, or criminal court. If one is to judge coins, there must again be some standard set as to how to evaluate their worth. If one were to judge coins by the standards set at a dog judging contest, what would be the result? We are physical beings and we are moral beings. We are called upon in some cases to be the judge of both, the physical abilities and characteristics of the physical, and the moral character as well. Beauty is in the eyes of the beholder it is said, but what about in the case of morals? What is it that separates the realm of morals from say any other physical realm? What standard do we use, and what tools do we have at our disposal that enable us to judge in this world as to the moral qualities of actions, both of ourselves and the choices of others? By what standard do you judge in the realm of morals?