Let me guess. You noticed that spot there, didn’t you? That little spot, amidst all the white that surrounds it.
My teacher back in my first year of high school showed something like this to us.
You noticed the flaw.
More often than not, we tend to do the same when we look at other people.
Instead of seeing people as a whole, we tend to let a single flaw outweigh the plethora of good traits the persons possess.
Look at that picture, there’s a whole lot of white out there, but your eyes most probably focused on that tiny bit of black right there.
Think about it. Meet a person, a new friend. They’ll have a clean slate, but once something you don’t like about them surfaces, it’ll stick out like a sore thumb.
I hope that the world would be less judgmental, and choose to see more of the white amidst the black.