To Kill A Mockingbird Essay On Accepting Others Analysis

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One of the many problems in this world is that people are discriminated for their actions and differences, but we do not see what they have to offer. What we do not realize is how all of us are different in a way, and how we do not always have to have something in common. If we were in their shoes how would we feel? In a society, individuals must learn how to accept others and their differences in order to live in a happier community with fewer conflicts amongst one another.
First of all, in order to make this a happier community to live in, our society first must stop judging others for being different than us because we have not been through what they have. In chapter 3, Atticus tries to make the point clear to Scout that she should not judge others based on their actions by saying, “You never really understand a person until you consider things from his point of view… until you climb into his skin and walk around it” (Lee 85). This shows how human beings should not judge others until they have experienced and gone through the same thing as that …show more content…

In chapter 31, Scout finally sees the good in others by saying, “Atticus was right. One time he said you never really know a man until you stand in his shoes and walk around in them” (Lee 374). This shows how others never really understand each other until they walk in their shoes and experience what they have gone through. After experiencing what the person has been through, it shows a lot about their character because people will start to realize why they have been acting in a certain way. Also, in chapter 31, Atticus gives Scout an explanation about how most people are nice once you get to meet them by saying, “Atticus he was real nice. “Most people are, Scout, when you finally see them” (Lee 376). This shows how once people get to know eachother, they will see the good in one another, instead of seeing

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