. All cells contain the same DNA, the same genetics.
Cells specialize according to the needs of the organizing body (organism) they are in.
Specialty is created by which genes are turned on and off.
All cells begin as generalists (stem cells) and then become specialists, even those cells that specialize in being generalists.
Upon fertilization, cells divide into exact copies with the same exact settings until a critical mass is reached and then this critical mass begins to specialize, going from generalists to specialists.
The reason all cells do not specialize into the same things or into a few things is due to an interconnected interrelated communications network. Each cell understands the master trueprint blueprint plan for the organism and specializes according to the need remaining and for what's needed next. Cellular destiny is based on the larger need rather than personal preference.
Cells do not specialize based on what they like, dream of and want as a career. No, instead, cells specialize according to the greater good of the organism they are in. In this manner all needs are met and tasks are shared and symbiosis automatically occurs. This is how an ecosystem (family) works best. Through the fulfillment of destiny comes the continuation of life and salvation for one and for all.
All human beings began from two people. As numbers grew, humans began specializing according to the greater good of the organized group (civilization) they were in. Humans have forgotten we are also inside Earth's body, Solar System's body, Galaxy's body and Universal body.
Our specialization must be in keeping with the needs of these bodies, which, at every level, ultimately serve our needs. There is a vast communications network within and without filled with many messages to help us understand our destinies.
Whose body are we in?
By now, we must know the answer.
What is needed next?
Right now, we need to understand the answer being communicated.
This is the destiny of all those who are ready to serve the greater good, the greater need.
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