Do you think everyone has more likenesses than nothing in common?

United States
October 30, 2011 6:39pm CST
I know the world would be a boring place if everyone was just alike. I still think that everyone has something in common with their neighbor whether they like them or dislike them and I was wondering if this was relevant to your thoughts too?
3 responses
@WakeUpKitty (8706)
• Netherlands
31 Oct 11
It depends on what you see as likeness. Walking on two legs? Two eyes? Sweating? Be able to talk, sing and eat bread? If it comes to that we have a lot of likenesses. Also interesting is that those who we frequently don't like are people who are (acting) exactly the same as we do. It's not relevant for my thoughts like my man says: we all have red blood.
• United States
31 Oct 11
The last phrase sums up everything to defensiveness that we have, but turning the other cheek a lot of times to some responses is hard to do. Red blood is the best response i got. :) Thank you
• Philippines
31 Oct 11
I do not think everyone has more 'likeness'. Think of reality T.V. shows like America's Next Top Model, wherein they put total strangers in one house. If they have more 'likeness' then they would not fight with each other and would not ague on such petty things. As what religious people say, God made us different from one another. But there is still some degree of 'likeness' we have.
• United States
31 Oct 11
lol reality television is a good example for somethings, but not everything. Not everyone is aesthetically pleasing to the eye as some on television and sometimes I think that makes us petty thinkers. If we searched deep into the soul then we could do alot of good to relating our own issues.
@rameshchow (5283)
• India
31 Oct 11
Likeness will come from interest, interest will born in our mind. When our mind is free from tensions, then we also be happy. We have to have some belief and true relation with at least few people. Then we get likeness.