Afterwards, the bell gave off its’ loud ring as everyone raced to the nearest sit. Giggling and smiling, the teacher struts in gleaming so hard she started to look in everyone’s souls. She stopped and said, “When I call your name, say here and do not talk while I take attendance.” Out of nowhere, the door slams open and hits the wall creating an echo in the room. At first, there was no sign of anyone being at the door. Then, a shadow emerges into the room and my eyes instinctively caught their destroyed brown sandals as the rest of their body slowly started to make an appearance in the room. The boy stood at the door quiet as a mouse, looking around frantically as if he was looking for a familiar face. His dark, gloomy eyes and sunken in face reminded me of a lost puppy. After being at the door paralyzed, he finally started to hunt for an open seat. Everyone in the class sat quietly as their eyes followed his movements. So on, as he began to reach for a seat, they all became occupied by backpacks, purses, or jackets. While standing in front of the white board puzzled, my teacher finally yells, “Someo...
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From this day forward, I learned that a person that shares inaccurate information will be seen as ignorant. Unfortunately, they may not know they are indulging in inappropriate acts because, in some cases, it is simply how they were taught. On the other hand, I will improve by not making stories of people I do not know. I refuse to think one way about a person or a group of people in the reason that they are judging me for judging them. Single stories are one-sided and does not tell a full story of a person or a group of people. So on, whoever can tell or refer to a single story about a person or group of people without asking questions, identifies it as their own. In other words, if someone tells me a single story about someone I do not know, I will simply smile and ask them, “Well, what do you think?” or “Why didn’t you ask in the first place?”
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