I've seen many opinions expressed throughout AP lately, some more thoughtful and forgiving than others, and the differences in opinions got me to thinking. How do you judge a man's life? Should you even try or would you be better off leaving that to someone else. We all know and agree that what Javon did was terrible, wrong, and horrifying. But does one act summarize a man's life? Good people can do bad things and even bad people can do good, but when someone passes, what do you take away? Many choose to focus on the negatives, but which says more about Javon, 25 years of growing, working hard, and helping others, or the hour of self destruction that ended him? However you decide to remember Javon and his short life, we can all learn from this situation. Brady Quinn said it best when he reminded us all that family, friends, and truthful and honest relationships go a long way in helping out those who need it.