Put Yourself In That Person's Shoes Analysis

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“Put yourself in that person's shoes” is what my mom would always tell me and constantly remind me, so would my dad. In to kill a mockingbird when atticus finch tells his children “you never really understand a person until you consider things from his point of view… until you climb into his skin and walk around in it.” This is one of the valuable lessons I have been taught by my parents throughout my life. Both my parents are key figures that resemble a character like Atticus finch from the novel To Kill A Mockingbird have the combine characteristic traits of atticus finch but from this quote I have learn to not judge others because I don't live there life. This lesson has taken years for me to learn and I am still learning from it today and It amazes me on how much that we don’t about the person that we are next…show more content…
I had to come with the understanding that junior high is the next big step in school and this is where you start seeing your social clicks like your jocks the gothic kids. Sometimes I didn’t understand why they had there own clicks, but I had to start thinking and put myself in there shoes because I didn’t understand why they were different from me.
Now in my everyday life as a highschooler I still use that lesson that I learned so long ago. Even as I get older I may not understand always understand why some people people act different but I can do my best by not judging and putting myself into their shoes. This was one of my most valuable lessons that my parents have handed down to me and I call it as “wisdom that granted over time” because it has take years for me to understand and be really open minded that the world can be a very different place for some
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