When people ask you "how you are", if you're not sick or dour, you say "I'm well". When someone says "I'm good", I am relieved to know that their heart has resisted the darkness but confused since I wasn't intending to place my thumb on their moral pulse. Most people do seem to say "I'm good, thanks". Do you, upon being asked how you are, assure the person (perhaps in response to an un-asked question) that the cynical modern world has not corrupted you to the point of objective evil and you remain Good? Or do you answer the question in the spirit it was asked?