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The sameness dimension of being human presume the quality of...
  • being alike and
  • constancy and lack of variety.
Thus, the macro or sameness dimension is describing those attributes, characteristics and behaviours that distinguish the human species from all other organisms on this planet. This dimension mainly deals with human principles (i.e. biological needs, security needs, affiliation needs, ...etc.) which materialize into existence as norms through the application of the similar dimension.

For example: Our lives are constantly driven by dreams as a result of our desires, which evoke the force of our WILL to either do or not to do something (i.e. the sameness principle), but the manner in which we express our dream, is largely dependent on the norms (i.e. similar dimension) prevailing in the society or culture we belong to and the collective religious beliefs we hold dear.

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