the more different we try to be the more alike we become
yes, we all have the same basic hierarchy of needs.
We are all unique and special... Just like everyone else. Seriously though yes at our core we are all basically the same.
Maybe, potentially, but there are things I'm unable to do and it would take some time to learn them.
It's true! On a number of occasions I have found myself thrown together with a person for whatever the reason and feeling awkward and uncomfortable because the person either didn't look like some one I would befriend, or was way out of my age group etc.., but found after spending some time chatting away with them, I'd leave with that very thing in my mind...( we are all more alike than different)
I've known that for "along" time now. It's like an innate 6th sense I pick up from people without knowing them personally for some time. It works the same way people don't forget faces. Like when you haven't seen someone for decades but know it's them instantly even when their looks have dramatically changed through like drug use, makeovers, etc.
ill support that
I strongly agree!