Worldview Everyone views the world in their own unique way. Whether it is positive or negative, the way they view it shapes the person they are.
Worldview is the way someone perceives what occurs around them. My worldview is that people are created equal, which was influenced by culture and society and will affect the way I interact with literature. When I was young, I was always told “treat others the way you would like to be treated” also known as, the golden rule. I believe that everyone in the world is created equal, no matter what race, ethnicity, or religion; we all should receive the same amount of respect for one another. This is a good rule to live by because it can be applied to many real life situations and remains relevant today. Over the course of 15 years, I’ve learned that what I was taught as a little girl can be applied to what I face as I grow up: the real world. The moral of the Golden Rule was influenced by my teachers in school. Of the many things teachers teach children, this was really something that stuck in my little mind. Not only did my teachers emphasize its importance, but my parents too. I was raised with an older brother and anyone who is a younger sibling knows that there are definitely some disadvantages partically caused by the fact that we are younger, therefore not as wiser. We may be treated unfairly but if you treat your older sibling unfairly, it can only backfire. SO