22. Unity in diversity  

Posted by Dr. Dheena Sadik in , ,


The main ingredient of strong bonds between individuals is the similarity in the wavelength of their thoughts, and not the mere coincidence of their geography, biology or religion.

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Anonymous  

I heard something like that before from my grandma, "Birds of the same feather flock together." Doesn't that sound more simple?

June 3, 2009 at 10:50 PM

That is more of a generic idiom, referring to perhaps conspicuous similarities. As for the wavelength of our thoughts, its more individualized. It's inexplicable and intangible yet amazingly connects similar mental flavors. You would understand this better when you meet complete strangers from profoundly different walks of life, from various continents who have absolutely no similarity in their upbringing as yours. Its magical when you have so much in common. It makes life so much more richer when we don't have to convince anyone anymore to agree, when there are countless others out there who know exactly what you mean.

June 5, 2009 at 9:58 PM

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