Those quotes came from the Vedas, one of the most qualitative teachings of vast amounts of time and study from the sub continent.
It is very true that my "subjectivity" is as different from yours, or anyone's, as is yours is from mine.
Gary Zukav in his books says that we, each, are the star of our own movie.
This makes sense because five people have five different memories of a common event. It is quite natural that our OWN mental/emotional landscape is guided by a unique quality that is not equal to another's mental/emotional landscape. You might ask, then, how is there ever to be a civil commonality with so many different minds? That is the quandary that faces us everyday. The news is full of (selective) stories of differing personalities that are not capable of "tuning into" the common good. Why? Because of two things:
1. Individuality that always finds a way of doing things separately from other people.
2. A system that has completely failed to address this very phenomena of differentiation.
The real question is whether the risk should be taken to address these variations as a REAL PHENOMENA and to compile a strategy for recognizing such a plausible array of personalities.
Think about it, carefully. Is the environment conducive to engendering the individual from a very young age? Or has the commonest strategy held sway for so many years? Which is it: the rights of the individual (not forsaking common society), or a hodgepodge of environmental "one size fits all" delusion?
Think about it!!
The Space/Time scenario invades our every day. Haven't you seen the varieties of personalities as of yet today? Or are you as yet to actually note these differences? My vision and other sensory inputs tell me exactly what my prerogatives are concerning my individual experiences. If I humbly submit without respect for my own life lessons then I waste my life on a construct not of my own doing. I have been here on GHMB for over two years. Have you ever seen me behave the way one may expect me to behave? Of course not!! I share, perhaps repititiously, the same theme over and over again. Know the MIND, again and again.
Which neither space nor time touches.