Sometimes, we meet people and we know nothing about them because it's our first meeting. When we get to know each other, we start having opinions about these people. Ideas grow up after the moment we meet. What if I say that you start having opinions as soon as you notice a person.
I mean, you don't need to meet a person to have some ideas about him or her because our minds do that unconsciously. Let's think that: you wait for your turn at the dentist, everybody sits and looks at each other in the room, you can see nervous or frightened people. You can look at the blonde woman sitting at the corner and knitting, you can think that she is somebody harum-scarum. The opinions start after you come into that room then how can we say that we're not prejudiced? Yes, we're all prejudiced as human beings but the important thing is to not let these prejudices judge people directly. We should fight with our brains when it's wrong.
We all do prejudge subconsciously but it's in our hands
whether let the opinions hold you or set you free...
Please, don't forget that;
Difficult things require patience and worth it!