Don’t Judge Anyone by Face or Appearance

  • Sherlock shows us the extent to which one can be wrong when one judges anyone by face or by some of his or her initial actions.
  • Even though Moriarty was disguised as a man, Sherlock only judged him by his appearance and did not look beyond that when he first met him.

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