“Your consciousness is the consciousness of the world, not your private consciousness.” — Jiddu Krishnamurti.
We all think we’re different but everyone thinks like that. So, we’re all the same.
Every clone of a Git repo is separate but is standalone. It exists independently but the changes can be merged with other repos. Whether these changes are accepted or not depends on how radical the change is. Generally, a consensus is reached and the repo keeps growing.
Are the individual repos same? They’re same but separate.
Similarly, the contents of human brain are same. Including the content which says we’re different. This idea of being different creates division which leads to conflict.
Perhaps an awareness that our brains have been captured by the content which is common, breaks the illusion of being different.