Looking out any window – easy to see everyone as ordinary. Or extraordinary.
Doesn’t matter if they are washing the other side of that window, across the street or across the country, they are all extraordinary and ordinary simultaneously. Everyone with basic functions, basic needs, ten thousand things about them which, to untrained eyes, are just ordinary things common to just about everyone. Examined closely, like snowflakes, no two the same. Everyone has a daily life. Everyone has qualities, quirks, questions unique to them – everyone extraordinary in some way, perhaps in many. Some know that, exploit it to create much value for themselves, for others. Some know this – only innovating for greed, for self-enhancement.
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