You may not be responsible for your name, but you are responsible for what men think when they call your name. (Zig Ziglar, late lecturer)

The names of inanimate objects may not be of great significance. Shakespeare observed that a rose if called something entirely different, would still smell as sweetly as it does with the name “rose.” But names given to people are far more important. They carry deep personal, cultural, familial, and historical connections.        Live in such a way to give your name honor.

A good reputation is more valuable than costly perfume. (Ecclesiastes 7:1)