The rabbis say that a person can be recognized by his "wallet, anger, and alcoholic beverage." These are the times the individual's true priorities are apparent.
What does he spend his money on?
What makes him angry?
How does he behave when under the influence of alcohol?
Stripped to the core, it's the practical actions that define the person.
It is not what we say but what we do that shows who we are, and whether we follow God or not...........