There are no self-loathing stars, in any sky. They shine furiously. It is inherent to their very nature.
Can you imagine a kangaroo who thought it was boring?
Can you imagine a tree that was less than excited to be a tree?
How about a depressed shark?
Or a sulking lichen?
The forms of life that can even afford the time to think themselves particularly uninteresting, unimportant, or unneeded really begin to cloud around certain portions of humanity, and only fairly recently at that.
When humanity sees that, inherent to each of our own natures, we contain and express brilliance’s, insights, and abilities equal to all that came before us, together we will outshine even the starry sky, from whose very elements we have all been assembled."