THE BEST . . . . . 1 Corinthians 10:33 Paul’s criterion was not what he like best, but what was best for those around him. There are several hurtful attitudes toward others: (1) being insensitive and doing what we want, no matter who is hurt by our actions; (2) being oversensitive and doing nothing, for fear someone may be displeased; (3) being a “yes person” by going along with everything, trying to gain approval from people rather than from God. In this age of “me first” and “looking out for number one,” Paul’s startling statement is a good standard. When we make the good of others one of our primary goals, we develop a servant’s heart.