Be What You’re Told

People’s nature tends to be similar to the nature which their inherited physical characteristics suggest, probably as a result of the subsequent repeated prejudice which others subject them to due to their appearances. For this reason prejudice is often accurate, because it is that very prejudice which shaped people into what others expect of them, for better or for worse.

Perhaps this is why people who interact with less strangers seem more likely to have surprising dispositions which seem at odds with their appearance.

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