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In conclusion, I confirm that human being is neither good nor bad. Human is not naturally good, because one’s goodness is taught by their parents when one is a child. One the other hand, one’s human is not naturally bad, because one’s badness is influenced by outside forces and unfortunate experiences. As a result, I believe that one does not have a constant personality, and all of one’s behaviors are caused by external reasons. So, we cannot critic one’s bad behaviors; on the contrary, we should understand reasons and motivations of those behaviors. The only thing we should remember is that it is possible to change a negative personality to a positive personality; in the same way, it is possible to change a positive personality to a negative personality. Therefore, we should manage ourselves to be good beings, so that our society will be safer and more stable.
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