When I was young, I asked the difference between the teacher and the animal. The biology teacher said that people are animals, but political teachers do not. After work, I asked you what is the difference between people and goods? I said that people are commodities, and you may not agree. When we sell time, labor, and dignity in exchange for benefits, are we really not a commodity? Everyone has a price and everyone can be betrayed. At different levels and relationships, people are pure commodities and constantly sell themselves. Just the form of betrayal, in the universal value system, Some appear to be more advanced and dignified, and some are lower and lower. When someone sells a body or an organ, there is no difference in the nature of your brain or physical strength. Since they are all sold out, how much is your value? Which part of the body is sold? Which area of dignity is sold? If he feels that his kidney value is an iPhone plus, then this is his value. If she feels that her value is worth billionaires to marry, then this is her value. If you feel that your work is worth the monthly salary, then this is also your value. Everyone has a judgment about their value. As for which of these judgments is more accurate, more in line with economic laws and human nature, it is another matter. In a relationship based on feelings, isn't human being a commodity? Not necessarily. However, the commodity attributes at this time are wrapped in emotions, which are no longer so obvious. Friends, colleagues, relationships, marriages are all the same. Car room, character, character, self-motivation, family, education... These can be materialized, and each relationship needs to be taken. The advantage is that in these relationships, value is mutually recognized, and the choice is not in the hands of one person. Utilitarian? Looks like it is. But this is the truth of life. Fortunately, there are always people, Based on a clear understanding of their own values, they are picky and measured by the buyer's eyes. At least ask for something worth selling yourself. After all, everyone's needs for the world are not the same. I can only say that you like it, you are willing to do so. As for Zweig’s "a gift from all fates, the price has already been marked in the dark". I think that the price that Mr. Z. refers to is actually a kind of variable, and it is not a fate. If you feel that you deserve higher and better, try to match yourself. I hope that you will never ask why this thing is so expensive in the future. Ask yourself why you can't afford it. Should you sell yourself a higher price as early as possible? Therefore, what is the price of a person, in the end, is still decided and mastered by oneself. This should be. This time, I took the chain of everyday goods and took it back with silver. I plan to put it on you. And what price tag should finally be placed on this chain, that is your business.