Research indicates that the characteristics we are born with have much more influence on our personality and development than any experiences we may have in life. Which do you consider to be the major influence?
The man is born with some parametrics, such as the health, habit of body, mental power and so on. Some people believe that the initial characteristics influence on our development and personality. But my point of view is that any experience in our life have much more impact. This essay will discuss whether human nature are depend on life experience.
First of all, people learn during whole their lives. From the birth the man learn how to move correctly, how to eat, how to read and another. All this can be learnt by one's life experience and not depend on characteristics.
Secondly, each time when we make a mistake, we try to analyse why does it happened and what should we do to prevent the same mistake. The learning from one's mistakes is called experience and our character is developed according to it. For example, if a pupil prepared well and a teacher encourages his or her for their intelligence, this pupil will study the subject better in the future as he or she has a good experience.
In addition, parents have the greatest influence on their children personality as from the early ages they teach children every aspects of life. For example, parents explain to their children the meaning of bad and good things, and, according to this, child develops the positive or negative outlook on life.
In conclusion, I believe that the life experience has a great influence on our character and the man is never too old to learn.
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