The play may already be over. In fact, it could have been over the moment you were born, before you had a thought in your head, before you learned how to read. Everything we say, mere window dressing, just so much air we shove around.
This is more meditation on that nature-nurture, chicken-and-egg, which-caused-what business.
Low-intelligence children, it is said, are more likely to hold prejudiced attitudes as adults, according to one study at Brock University in Ontario. There's more operating here -- and, a cycle, at that.