#currentsituation Unique vs. common

Taken individually, every human being is unique, no matter of any resemblance to others. Our DNA says it so. However, once we leave this point of reference, uniqueness can be perverted quite easily: the best example is presented by marketing strategies: be unique, just the same as our other 5 million targeted customers. From a descriptive aspect of the human being, uniqueness becomes a statistic.

The point: uniqueness must always become one's conscious state, otherwise one may end up rallying strictly to external influence that would ultimately 'steal' this dear quality and turn the individual into a 'one of the many'. Just the same as in mathematics, uniqueness must be proven: by thoughts, by actions. This is an aspect of being free and a clear expression of the free will.


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