Should we assume we know someone based on a facial expression, small talk, gossip, or social media profile? Of course not! Learning the true character of someone may only be achieved through the longevity of knowing that person. Likewise, treating people with dignity and respect typically assists with the challenges of knowing who they are.
You know, don’t ya? You know who I am, Right?
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