It's an effective tool, no doubt, as it evokes feelings and
Mon Sep 10, 2018 11:59am

thoughts in us all. But those feelings and thoughts, while presumed to be "universal", are anything but. We all perceive reality vastly different from one another in the overall, and share only occasionally in the moments. Yet, we don't seem to know it and presume that it all means the same things to us all.

For example: What you feel, see, and perceive are likely slightly similar, but vastly different due to our vastly different lives and experiences.

The first one might be relatively similar for most but the second one, complicated by TWO viewpoints to sort through before recognizing our own, screams of vast differences in potential reactions.