"In being human, we are all the same. On that level, none of us are strangers. There is no fundamental differences between any of us. You experience many emotions; some emotions help you, others hinder you. The same is true for me. Without our ever-changing experiences, all of us are constantly experiencing different emotions — sometimes anger, sometimes jealousy, sometimes love, sometimes fear. You experience many thoughts; you have the potential to analyze, to investigate the long-term and short-term prospects for your life. The same is true of me. Within our ever-changing experiences, we all constantly experience different perceptions — color, odor, taste, feel, sound, even awareness itself. These things function similarly in each of us."