A quote from The Edgar Cayce Primer in the section entitled as above. To me it speaks the message so clearly and simply, you can’t really twist it around.
If we would keep in mind the uniqueness of the individual even in this lifetime, the great variety of different experiences that each person goes through,adding to that the uniqueness each individual soul may have accrued over many lifetimes, we would surely understand how improbable and unnecessary it is for all to have exactly the same point of view. If mankind is ever to come to love his neighbour, as the great commandment requires, then it must be a love born of sharing the same ideals, not the same ideas. If we truly come to understand and appreciate the reality of the Divine in every soul then our love of our neighbour becomes straightforward. There is no way that we can simultaneously see God in our neighbour and also hate him.