Let's say for arguments sake that I was a person who didn't like myself. I could think one of two things: 1) I need to become a better person, be more outgoing, more attractive, more interesting etc. etc. 2) I'm part of something larger, ie. a film has bits that are more interesting and more exciting than other bits, it needs good bits and it needs crap bits, like life needs good people and crap people. Accept what you are, because what you are is needed. So which is better (1) or (2)? Maybe it's a good thing to realise that we're not important? The world will carry on fine without us. I mean even if all humans died out, the world would carry on just fine, and I think that's great. But don't misunderstand me, I'm not saying we should die... or that we should live, I'm saying that it simply doesn't matter either way. Should I care? I don't know. Now many of you will say "But you are important to your friends, your family, other people" etc. I agree 100% Absolutely true, but only if friends, family and other people actually matter. And if they don't, then do we matter? I guess in a way, yes, because a single letter in a sentance is important. It's needed but if it's not there does it really mat er?