Are we all the same or not? Definitely not.

Every human in the world has the same basic body.
Arms, legs, organs, skin, brain.

We all have the same basic physical needs starting with
breathable air. Without that nobody lasts more than a
few minutes. We can make it two or three days without
water and a week or two without food depending on
our physical condition. Shelter or clothing are
necessary in some climates. Maslow includes more but
mostly all else is wants.

So how is each person unique? The mind. The
accumulated thoughts and images are not the same for
any two people. We are all receiving and storing more
information every day of life. We are all making personal
choices and taking action based on that information.

Are your choices and actions taking you where you
want to go? Both are optional.

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