Some have defined a singular human life as nothing more than a dot in the greater universe
My response to that is this:
Every blemish, dot or point might seem like a random anomaly on your limited radar. When in fact each of those seemingly meaningless points have set coordinates, a defining position which gives them significance.
Each time two or more of these points join a new form, shape and structure is created, these shapes function similar to a family unit. Each standing independently while forming part of a greater whole, more commonly known as communities. All communities have a different governing substructure, allowing each to be developed in a unique and unexpected way. When these communities co-exist for a greater purpose a fantastic image is created. The variance in colour shape and form is identical to the variance in nationality, race and size evident in people.
So when next you find yourself thinking of someone as a blemish, dot or point of disdain, I encourage you to think of one of your favourite images and know that,
That person has a role to play in something much larger than either of us will every comprehend.