Mankind Common Issues

If there are no two similar genetic makeups in the world that two people can have, then there can not be two similar understandings that two people can develop

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We are born and we meet

Our instincts: breathing, feeding, need for safety
Our environment: No too warm, not too cold
Our care provider: Mother or primary care giver
Our father: Discipline maker, bread earner
Our culture: Extremely diverse
Our siblings: We compete and love
Our school: Presents external world
Our teachers: Prime source of learning
Our learning: Who taught us, what’s been taught
Our initial sense of self: Comes a point when we appreciate this
Our genes: We can be compromised or gifted
Our abilities and talents: Unlimited variations
Our interests: what attracts us
Our inclinations: can be controlled or not
Our maturation: comes with time
Our Hormones: they drag us in unwanted directions
Our love: or a believe that we are in love
Our infatuations: its attraction driven by hormones
Our spirituality: we feel it
Our faith: we develop believe
Our religion: we learn it
Our reasoning: Helps…

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You are unique

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Appreciate your uniqueness: you are the first person to ever have your exact genes and experiences.

We all know that every person is special and different, but have you ever considered the full extent of what exactly that means? You are special not only because of your unique thoughts but also because of your biology and your environment.
First of all, you are the first person ever to be born with your exact genetic makeup. Throughout the entirety of human evolution, there have been billions of different genetic permutations that have produced billions of different humans. In this unimaginably long genetic history, you are the first instance of your specific combination of genes. This makes you unique biologically, but also psychologically, because the makeup of your brain is also completely new and unique.
In fact, scientists have found that vast psychological and biological differences can even occur between identical twins.

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Frame of Reference

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Me: Okay let me tell you about the frame of reference, you can’t even imagine how big this universe is

Respondent 1: I am hungry, do you have a piece of bread?

Me: Think, you ignorant, there are millions of galaxies, and do you know a galaxy contains billions of stars.

Respondent 2: I am penny less, I need some shelter for my kids who are exposed to intense cold, could these billions be converted to some money?

Me: No, no, no you fool, try to understand, Billions and billions of these stars are arranged into galaxies and our galaxy is only one of many trillions of galaxies.

Respondent 3: Ah dear, you are a bit late, I received diagnosis of terminal cancer yesterday, it’s too late for me to think and understand that now.

Me: O dear, I sympathize, all I was trying to say was that our planet…

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Sources of knowledge

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We humans have three faculties of our self that we use to gain knowledge. One is experimentation, touch the fire and learn that it burns, second is reasoning for example if the bread satisfied my hunger than it would be reasonable to think that it would do the same again, the third and most interesting is intuition for example two plus two is always four, Euclid rules of triangles and Einstein’s laws of relativity are all correct but has anyone ever seen a triangle showing its rules to us in nature, it’s all a priori decided and we explore them getting a final confirmation from our intuition that (intuition) in turn is universal and the discoveries and laws are all active in the universe indiscriminate. Reasoning and experience seem to be the tools to present things to intuition and get a confirmation or refusal but the connection of intuition with…

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Let’s turn a page in the book of Sociology: Subject is Symbolic Interactionism

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Herbert Blumer described Symbolic Interactionism as ”

People act toward things based on the meaning those things have for them, and these meanings are derived from social interaction and modified through interpretation.[2]

Sociologists working in this tradition have researched a wide range of topics using a variety of research methods. However, the majority of interactionist research uses qualitative research techniques, like participant observation, to study aspects of (1) social interaction and/or (2) individual selves. ”

(The above excerpt is taken from Wikipedia)

Attending the Shrines, Temples and Holy places is common in Subcontinent. The practice is not religion specific. A wide range of religious schools follow similar practices.

“Tying a Knot” is one of those common practices that again is carried out in various places that are considered Holy by followers of various religions.

I however had not seen this ritual being practiced in Christianity until my recent…

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