Since conditioning creates distortions that interfere in our realistic perception of people, we see others falsely. We can only detect extreme differences in other people. We can distinguish a kind, caring, altruistic, giving and selfless person. We can also ascertain the repellent criminal who manipulates, thieves, murders and rapes. But, we lack all discrimination needed to gauge the 99 percent of people in between these extreme types of people.

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