There is a commonality of the human race, a few things that no matter how we try to think, act or say differently, unify us. Yes we are all unique, special and one-of-a-kind. But we are more alike than the differences we profess.
All human beings born into the human race on planet Earth, all human beings who ever lived before us, and all human beings who will live after us, and you and I, all of us share deep and abiding common circumstances that will never change.
We all share a common origin.
We all share common problems.
We all share a common ultimate fate.
No matter which country you live in, no matter which language you speak, no matter which opinion you have, no matter which gender you are, no matter which ethnic race you are, no matter how old you are, there are common factors that unite us all. All human beings on planet Earth are more connected and share more important things in common than could possibly be experienced by the differences we acknowledge.
“Remember, the problems we share are greater than the problems that divide us and that what divides us, is of our own making,” said Sydney Sheldon in his fiction book, “Windmills Of The Gods.”