There are many experiences in many lives. Each ones experiences may not depict singularity, but instead only to discover that experiences can be shared. The experience does not necessarily have to happen at the same time. They can be separated but with similar instances. The reaction to the experience does resemble more of the individual, but still not singular for the simple fact that even at a low rate of repetition the probability that someone as acted in the same manner is astronomically high, in other words you are not unique and neither are your thoughts or emotions. When one exams the ego, the viewing of ones self, in Hope that this is how others will see you, we then portray a role, replaying instances once witnessed before. The whole scenario, is just that, a scene for others to witness and then for you to hope the witness seen you as you hoped, or rehearsed like actors in a play, scripted. To remove the ego can create a break in the cycle of repeating scripted reactions and replacing them with realistic empathy and the understanding that we, as an organism, are one. Until this can be obtained on a singularly massive level, we will continue to hate one another.
W.M. Stickell O.M.