People Always Misjudge Other People. Why You Should Never Judge A Person By The Way They Look And Live

Looking behind the curtain.

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America is full of people of from all over the world. For many of us we tend to deal with people on how they look or where they live. I grew up in the Bronx and I have seen people living from the bottom of the bottom to the top of the top. We tend to forget that…

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