There are many things that appear beautiful and are very attractive when you see them standing alone, without a specially prepared background or without the props that enhance their assets even more. But these beautifully attractive things can seem, and really are, more attractive when seen in the company of others, whether those others are considered beautiful or not. The differences between companions or even between riders of the same bus serve to heighten the best characteristics of each of them. Or they allow us to see that what may usually be considered ugly by the bulk of a society can be seen in a different light, one that shines with a certain beauty of its own. These differences can also highlight how well those with different assets can work together without ever knowing it to create a lovely and effective whole, even when they don’t know one another and didn’t plan anything specific for a particular day. These chances help one to recognize that one is a part of a whole, though sometimes we cry out that we will never be a part of anything, and can make joining or re-joining the human race a bit more tolerable. Because, after all, we can’t help being part of the human race, can we?