Does a person's name or their looks dictate any part of who they become?

Asked by: blenderking
  • Of course. Everything does.

    As does their county of birth, parenting, era of birth, physicality, intelligence etc etc... What can not influence who you become? Everything including who your neighbours were. The kind of pets you have had. Everything bring you to THIS moment.
    And just to tweak this debate, you have no choice in who you become. It is destined.

  • Yes, But you can break through these influences.

    You're less likely to be put in a representative function at work or matched up with a classical beauty in dating. So sorry, No easy ride there. Try to control that impending resentment. However, There's ways to bypass the queue if you posses other qualities that outshine the superficial ones. But the burden of proof is on you, Sorry again.

  • A person's name and their looks dictate parts of who they become.

    Of course, a person's name and their physical appearance dictate how the world sees them. This is why so many people legally change their names and get plastic surgery. Everyone can make choices about the way they live their lives and how are seen. People can choose their clothing, and they can make nicknames for themselves, too

  • A persons name or looks do not dictate who they become.

    Just because someone looks a certain way or has a name given by their parents it does not mean that they will live a certain lifestyle. It is the lessons that the person chooses to listen to as well as the actions that the person chooses to take that define who they become.

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