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Chrisingularis
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Do You Judge People By How They Look?
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This video is very intriguing. Two people are blindfolded and ask each other questions. At the end of it all, they reveal themselves. I think this is quite an interesting way to meet and learn about people. I would definitely participate in this. Heck, I would ask you questions about your life and experience. I have to admit that sometimes I judge strangers on the street for no apparent reason, maybe just my imagination playing. However, I will try to understand and learn about people once I am conversing with them. However, I feel as if some people are nervous to share or that they are not truly themselves. I do think that if we let go of what believe of someone and just purely listen to them, wholeheartedly, we can establish a more pure conversation.
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In my opinion, people should never be judged by their looks. It's just a shell we didn't choose. I'd rather put my interest in their environment ( friends, job,hobbies, family,) and then I'll know who they are. it's a hard learned lesson for me.
I'm in love w a man that when I first saw him , sadly to say, I wasn't attracted to him at all...as I got to know him , his goals , his personality, he became attractive to me in so many levels that I've ever been in attraction to anyone. it opened my eyes a lot. I go by how my energy feels around people and I'm so happy around him our long conversations so safe to say you can never judge by looks
It is wrong to judge people only their look you will only find the injured, including the results of ...
Pretty sure everyone subconsciously judges people by looks, but am I the only one who, like, on road trips and stuff, sees people and gives them backstories or like gives them a super mega alter ego ? ? ?
@KaityBliss there should be more people like you haha @UKissMeKevin I do notice that some people want to be accepted and display their alter ego as such.