Are we the same or different?
We are the same because we are all human beings. We are also the same because we are all different. We have thoughts, ideas, beliefs, talents, and dreams, but how we think and act makes us who we are. This book encourages children to honor their own uniqueness and that of others through new ideas and positive actions.
Why are we different but the same?
We are all the same but different from each other as well. Humans are born with some hard-wired behaviours that are a part of our genetic heritage. These are the behaviours we demonstrate just because we are humans.
Are we different from each other?
We are all different from each other. Each one of us represent a unique mix of different personality traits. No other person has the same mix of big five personality traits (and their facets) as you have.
How are we different yet so alike?
The one thing that is truly amazing about coaching individuals is that no two conversations are EVER the same. Each individual has a different mindset, history, family, friends and present circumstances which make them who they are.
Why do we look different from each other?
The answer lies mostly in our genes — we have over 99% of the same DNA from you to me, but that 1% is what causes us to look different from each other! The 1% of those genes are the instructions for eye color, hair color, head shape and face shape, height and weight, fingernail shape and ear shape.
In what ways are we different?
People differ in so many ways; in their genetic make-up, sociocultural backgrounds, attitudes, the way they speak, listen, learn, behave, act and react. However, everyone is blessed, unique and important.
Are all humans the same?
The billions of human beings living today all belong to one species: Homo sapiens. As in all species, there is variation among individual human beings, from size and shape to skin tone and eye color. But we are much more alike than we are different. We are, in fact, remarkably similar.
Are all humans similar?
All human beings are 99.9 percent identical in their genetic makeup. Differences in the remaining 0.1 percent hold important clues about the causes of diseases.
What are the traits that make humans human?
And all of these traits emerged before humans began domesticating plants and animals.
- Walking Upright. The earliest humans climbed trees and walked on the ground. …
- Tools & Food. Early humans butchered large animals at least 2.6 million years ago. …
- Brains. …
- Social Life. …
- Language & Symbols. …
- Humans Change the World.
How can you be a whole person in your relationship to others?
Recognize the fears and worries, and let them go. Relax into this new space of being OK with yourself, being happy on your own, knowing things will always be OK. Once you’ve learned this wholeness, you can come together with someone else with confidence, love, compassion, security.