Adesh_Mulani wrote:All humans should exist and we are all one.
We could all be one or we can all be separate. It depends on what elements you attribute to being what connects us all together. But I believe we each have the power to terminate one another, alienate one another, and separate ourselves from one another. The perception of individuality from those people outweighs your perspective in their mind. Subjective is subjective. Abstract is abstract. Mental construct, which is produced by the individual's thoughtful rumination and reflections is nearly ever universal. Though the easier something is to esteem oneself, to value oneself is usually a path more often taken because it's a cheap way for mankind to clear their conscience of anxiety and proceed with unfettered performance and procedure towards their egotistical goals. Which mankind usually always wants.
I think man has an individualistic mindset on average to the point where they have no problem hurting, swindling, lowering others at the expense of the welfare of the collective of our species. You can esteem whatever notion that you think connects us, but I think the most of mankind would at least unconsciously disagree with it. People hold virtues in their conscious mind, but they don't primarily live by it where it usually overlaps with their biological desires and gratifications. Most people usually only live by a virtue consciously if by making it conscious it helps give people a sense of equanimity over anxieties and troubles that plague them on a conscious level.