Humans love to classify and generalise. We label leaves ‘green’ and the mind tends to the acceptance of a uniformity of image, but a close inspection reveals that no single leaf is exactly the same as another; even when on the same tree or bush. They are all different shades within the green spectrum. Not only that, but they all have different vein structure and shape and size.
We speak of comparing apples to apples, but reality intrudes by insisting that no two apples are the same. Not only that, but no constituent part of an apple is the same as any other.
Speech is generalised into classes of sound, yet with the exception of homonyms, no two allophones are the same; the demands of the preceding and following letters exert an influence to the effect that the precise sounds of each letter in each word are different.
Nor can the individuals that inhabit our planet be condensed down in any meaningful way to one homogenous representative blob. As humans vary physiologically, down to the level of the cell, so they do at the psychological level. Their needs and wants are as different as their hopes and dreams.
This desire to compartmentalise everything and anything has usefulness in the classification of similar concepts, yet is dangerous in the extreme when accepted as an expression of reality, even a superficial one. It is not.
Across the complete span of our existence, from the peak of macro to the motes of micro, we live in a world of uniqueness; a world where there is no sameness, only difference.
That is why central planning of human activity has reliably been such a disaster. Even the damage wrought is different for each person. Some are wiped out financially, some ethically etc., but always in different ways and degrees.
Government and central bank control of our money is the most unsocial central planning of all. Circulating Gold allows each person to best express their own hopes and dreams; to best express their uniqueness.