I took a snapshot from the newspaper a few days ago from my zodiac sign ♉ because the scenario ranged true within many instances.
This is a very true statement in general!
Ignorant people tend to judge and place an exaggerated emphasis on appearance or mannerism when it comes to the assessment of an individual’s character or temperament.
Just because one is courteous, nice, or kind, and has an innocent looking face and seemingly mild disposition does not at all indicate that they are weak and naive or passive and gullible, or docile and malleable.
Some even judge and calculate assessments merely by observing an individual’s physical size, with assumptions as to how big or small they are. If one is big, then automatically they are not to be messed with, if one is small, then they are more vulnerable or easily intimidated.
All of this stereotypical nonsense derived from those of an insufficient mindset and limited scope of knowledge, view, and experience within level, intelligence, and individuality.
Some of these aspects may be true in a percentage of people due to their own personal emotional or physical demeanors and insecurities, however, it definitely does not set the standard for all and everyone.
I myself for instance, am a soft spoken, and extremely sensible, and strong willed person, who on the exterior is far from rough looking yet on the inside is as tough and durable as they come.
I know a lot of nice and good people who others have mistaken their kindness for weakness and have tried to take advantage of them or categorized them as one’s to get over on then learned different.
I know a lot who underestimate the mental, physical, emotional, and spiritual capacity of others and then learn different.
I was never one to base logic and reasoning on superficial bullshit!
Strength, depth, dignity, confidence, knowledge and intelligence all stems and develops from within and cannot be measured by what one believes to perceive from looking on the outside.
Still in all, some don’t accept this fact of truth, and indeed have to eventually “learn the hard way!”