Q. Why does discrimination exist?

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Why does discrimination exist?

All of us have flaws and all of us do not want to be disfavored. Why do we deviate on Confucius’ golden rule?






Apr, 2018

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  • maanya

    Discrimination is the fossilized toxin that is passed on the generations. Children learn from their parents and when they see their parents behaving indecently with specific type of people, they start doing the same and it never stops. The concept of discrimination has germinated from the human tendency to consider them to be superior to the rest. People who discriminate portray shallow mentalities. May god bless them!


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