5-year-old best friends got the same haircut to trick their teacher so she wouldn't able to tell them apart

Children's hearts lack prejudice, which carries repetition in a world where many adults return to cartoons and hatred.

Adults may think they always know well, but this story shows that we have a lot to learn by watching the younger generation.

When Lydia Stith Rosebush initially published this amazing story on the Love What Matters page on Facebook 2017, she instantly became viral.
After reading the story, I can understand the reason.

Lidia's five-year-old son, Jax, is convinced of one thing in life: he and his best friend, Reddy, look like identical twins.

There is really one thing separating Jax's best friends: his hair stands, while my red hair goes on.

So Jax decided to cut his hair on the weekend and played a small joke he and teacher Reddy on Monday.

Because how will their teacher know the difference between them if they have the same hairstyle?
"Jax said he could not wait to go to school on Monday with his hair like Reddy so that his teacher could not distinguish between them," his mother Lydia wrote on Facebook.

"If this is not evidence that hatred and prejudice are something to be taught, I don't know what it is," Lydia wrote. "The only difference Jax sees on Monday is their hair."
The publication received over 85,000 likes and 25,000 shares in less than a week.

Many readers of the publications shared their own stories of how children are not biased

A school in Germany wrote about how I heard a conversation between the mother and her son.
My mother asked her son how many refugees were in his class, and the boy replied, "Nothing, Mom. There are only children in my class."

Although their fascinating story became viral two years ago, there is no indication that Jax and Reddy have gone in separate ways.

In fact, they still seem to be best friends!

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