I think everyone must be a someone, even if they are no one at all.
I am existing. I am living. I am. And by that simple act of being, I am a someone. You are a someone, too. We are some bodies.
It does not matter what I look like, or were you came from, or the color of our skin.
We were born with these things and they define us, but that is not who we are.
It does not matter what you like, or what I have done, or the creed we profess.
No, these are the things that we choose, that we adopt and allow into ourselves, but that is not who we are.
We are someones, no matter what.
Yet we often feel like no one at all. In the presence of greater someones, even someones feel a bit like no ones. And in the presence of lesser no ones, even no ones feel they have become someones.Why is that?
You and I will always have existed. It happened, it is and it cannot be taken back.
You and I, we will always be someone.
Everyone is a someone to someone. And no one is a no one to everyone.
If every man hates you, you are still someone.
If every man loves you, you are still someone.
Yet each is equal.
Tell me, why is it so difficult to accept each other?
Why do we get caught up in the things that don't matter and forget the things that do?
You and I, we are one of a kind.
Why do I forget that your heart is like mine?
Why do I feel I am so alone, when you are right next to me? Why do you feel the same way?
If I find a fault in you, I can often find it in myself. Why is it so much worse to me in you?
Tell me, why do I hurt you? Both intentionally and thoughtlessly? Have I so soon forgotten what is right before my eyes?
The face, the heart, the being of a someone.
Someone important, valuable, beautiful and worthy.
Useful to me or not, good to me or not. That does not matter.
Whether or not I can perceive it, every someone - everyone is valuable. Priceless.
You and I, we are someones.
Don't let me forget how important you are.