I recently came across a video that made me question the way we judge people based on our preconceived notions. The video showed two men, and a group of women were asked to choose who they would be more comfortable being around based on appearance alone. To my surprise, the women picked the man who looked more attractive, but he turned out to be a serial killer. This got me thinking about how our perceptions and biases can be misleading.

As humans, we tend to label things as good or bad, but this creates division and conflict. The concept of good and bad is subjective and varies from person to person. For instance, the serial killer may not see his actions as bad, but society does. However, what if we stopped labeling things and started seeing them for what they are without any biases?

Instead of judging people based on appearance or preconceived notions, we should strive to see them objectively. This approach can help us be more open-minded and reduce conflicts arising from differences in opinions. We can choose to see the world around us without any preconceptions or biases and embrace the diversity of thoughts and perspectives.