The statement "Everything is Different" is different from the statement "Everthing is the Same"; they are not the same. To say something is true is different from saying something is false. Logic can not exist if True is the same as False. If the above statements are accecpted as things that are not the Same, then the statement "Everthing is the Same" is false. Assuming that a "thing" is an entity or event within the dimensions of time and space, then it follows that no two distinct "things" (objects) could occupy the exact same position in time and space. Therefore, a thing is only exactly the same to itself, and itself is not another thing. No two things are exactaly the same. Things can be similar, which means they are the same within specific criteria (parameters, contexts, ect.) only. But Sameness in an absolute sense is Identity.