It is natural to surround ourselves with people who adhere to similar beliefs and values. Yet the comfort of similar surroundings and ideals actually divides humanity by allowing the possibility of a barrier separating different viewpoints of the same entity. This barrier is constructed from many small parts that work together, defining a space in which we find comfort.
Each part defining this barrier is idealistically identical, though the unavoidable small imperfections make each piece unique. Similar to human barriers, this divider collectively depends on the sum of all parts to separate while allowing for two viewpoints of the same whole, an obscured view with small windows into another perspective.