This morning a little boy, about 6 years old, very well dressed and with a miniature back pack, got on the train with his mother and baby sister. He sat down and clasped his hands neatly together and began curiously looking at people around him.
I watched his little eyes as he examined:-
The guy with a du-rag and hoodie who looked as though crime might be on his schedule today.
The woman in a micro mini which she might have looked good wearing 30 years ago.
The young lady with barely enough material to stretch across her ample bosom.
The young guy with incredible, intricate tattoos extending down to his fingernails.
The woman wearing flip flops even though it was barely 40 degrees and raining!
Each person was subjected to a full scope with wide eyes. As I watched him I wondered what he was thinking. As children are less judgmental than adults, he probably saw very different people to those I was seeing.