Every individual has a different genetic make up. This causes each human body to chemically react with its environment differently than his neighbor in the same setting, even if the difference is minor. However, this minor chemical reaction difference will lead to different, unique sensations in each brain. The unique sensation is then perceived by the individual for interpretation. This is one’s interpretation of the outside, ambiguous world.
On top of the unique genetic codes, each individual has their own perspective in which no other individual can exactly replicate simply because of the principle that no two things, or people for this matter, can be in the same place at the same time. This results in unique experiences and perspectives for every individual to call their own.
Because of this, every sensation is perceived in a different way as well. And of course, the sensations are already unique as it is to the individual. Therefore, every being on this earth is completely unique & different than every other that walks among them. The world as we know it is, is a world of sensation and perception and will forever be the only world we can ever really know.
Soo, honestly after thinking about this for a bit… why do we judge others so harshly if we’re all living in the same ambiguous world?