December 2, 2008
“A Smile Is Worth So Much More”
People often judge or misperceive others appearances in a less than equal manner before they even know the true nature of the person. Every day we make assumptions by what we can see physically. Even in the supermarkets, we distinguish good products from bad products based on how they look. We are apt to choose good-looking products because they don’t have flaws, cracks, and bruises. Moreover, we assume them to have good qualities and good tastes. Actually, taste doesn’t deal with its looking. However, we bias in favor of assuming human nature. Since people judge human beings based on how they look, it is called prejudice. In fact, prejudice just disadvantage or harm human being feelings because of how the media describe their personal life. In addition, People unusual observe human beings in many ways. For example, Martin Luther King Junior says, "I have a dream, that one day my children will be judged not by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character." Judging People based on their appearance only disadvantage people mind-set beliefs. Furthermore, I am more than what meets their eyes. There is only a certain part of me that people observe and judge me by in my everyday life. Some people know me as the “Nice guy” In fact; I am not always nice; erratically I am mean. Alas, not a soul actually knows who I am! I do make mistakes just as others. Back to Farmers high school, I often asked my friends of a personal characteristic that best suits me; I received the same response from them all. The overwhelming feeling shared by each individual person showed how I looked in his or her eyes. Each person, different as they were had said that I am "too nice." This trait does not seem to me as large of an issue as my friends think that it is.
Although they say I am "nice," I feel that I am not one hundred percent sure of being “nice," just pleasant. I do not understand...
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