PSYCHOLOGY

Boys Think They Are Twins And Plan To Trick Teacher With The Same Haircut

Date October 16, 2018 13:12

Jax Rosebush, 5, asked his mother to do identical haircut as the closest buddy Reddy Weldon. Lydia Stith Rosebush was happily shocked at this request and immediately decided to post this fantastic story her Facebook page.

Jax's parents were extremely happy to realize how amazing deed their son wanted to do. 

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Does skin color really matter?

It is no wonder that kids always make up something amusingly hilarious that make the whole world melt from cuteness and creativity. Jax notified his mom that he wanted to trick his and Reddy's teacher.

He thought it would be so hilarious to confuse his teacher with the same haircut.

We are sure that you might see the resemblance in their hairstyle, that's it. Both boys' parents were pleased with this idea and they couldn't stand but admire their sons' friendship.

Jax even didn't consider the fact that the teacher would separate them by skin color since he was so certain that the hair would be the main point being twins. Jax's mother conceded:

He said he couldn't wait to go to school on Monday with his hair like Reddy's so that his teacher wouldn't be able to tell them apart.

The realization that there are people, especially if they are kids, who do not notice the differences in skin color, race, nationality, and ethics is so heartwarming. Such individuals accept others as they are without judging or asking "Why are you black?" or "Why are you white?"

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The lesson for every human being 

Lydia Stith Rosebush thinks that a child's innocence can improve the worldwide perception toward different races and nations. Jax was so focused on his haircut and looking alike with Reddy that he even didn't care about anything else. He just wanted to coherent with his bestie all along. 

Jax's mom was amused by his kindness and decency. She asked everybody to grasp the core value of equality in the community full of hate and discrimination.

If this isn't proof that hate and prejudice is something that is taught I don't know what is.


However, it doesn't mean that both of them didn't understand that they looked different but Jax never mentioned to his family and Reddy why he had a different skin color. Jax's mother replied:

Like, of course they see that they’re different. They’re five. They’re not stupid. They see each other, but they don’t care. It doesn’t matter.

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Even Steve Harvey was mesmerized by this purity and innocence. He invited both of them to his show so that the whole earth could see this perfectly sincere friendship.

Actually, everything depends not only on the kid's personality but how parents bring them up.

Upbringing is essential, and every parent should grasp its sense and teach their children to be loyal, kind, and impartial.

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