How can what we think not be affected by our environment and situation?

Exactly! But external stimulus does not always happen to be the tangible inequality. In fact, external stimuli are often not tangible, and they do not infer inequality in any way — just like tangible inequality does not derive from another pre-existing inequality. The way we interact with the world bears such uncertainty, that even being rich or growing up in a happy family could also be the cause of inequality in one’s mind, depending on individual’s environment, situation, and circumstances.

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