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I admit it... and I suck and I am sorry for that....

So I finished all three books in the Twilight series and I am anxiously waiting for Breaking Dawn to come out..

And it makes me think, do we always see people for who they are on the inside? It seems a central theme to these books... how often do we let preconceived notions affect who we allow ourselves to love?

I think seeing the REAL truth about someone is hard... and courageous... and its a goal to strive for. I know I am not there... I know I see people on the street and make snap judgements about them... I assume they are nefarious or lazy or wonderful with my only basis for such praise or scorn coming from their clothes, hair, disposition.. you name it... but can any of those things tell you how they treat their family? How they treat strangers in need? How they relate to other people? Are they generous? Friendly? Funny? Venegeful?

But do we all do this, even on a subconscious level? I think we do to a certain extent.. I catch myself sometimes.. and I think I need to try to catch myself more often.

I am rambling.. sorry... did I make any sense???

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