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Ralph Waldo Emerson once said People only see what they are prepared to see A statement so veridical that the people to whom it implies are either not capable of understanding it or simply cannot accept it In fact most of humanity can read the undeniably prodigious quote ad infinitum without comprehending the profound meaning behind it There are four types of individualities each reacting to the quote in a different manner And how individuals react to it determines their general responses to the situations which life brings upon them Innocent minds are unable to adequately understand the significance of the quote Because of their naivety they are neither able to respond intelligibly to the quote nor to most situations in life They are gullible and non-opinionative thus only seeing what others want them to see The majority of people so caracterised are infants and young children They fail to look at things from various perspectives because they have not yet had enough experience in life For instance if you speak of war with a child he or she will not know how to respond The mind of the person is too young for knowing what to do when spoken to about political conflicts patriotisms warfare death and other serious matters In most situations their innocent unsophisticated minds simply cannot understand the difference between wrong and right until they develop into more sophisticated beings Ignorant people avoid thinking about anything which does not concern them personally These people apparently have the ability to see but because of their personality are unable to Until they start caring they will not be able to see things which demand care because they are not yet ready Many adolescents and unsuccessful people would fall into this category And why I stereotype many unsuccessful people is due to the fact that they are ignorant to education and in time fail to succeed in life
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