All the meaningless ways in which humans differentiate worth/value via such a limited set of physical attributes. Maybe that old Twilight Zone episode had it right. If we all looked the same maybe we'd treat each other differently. Though it's my guess that we'd also have to wear the exact same clothing and get around in the exact same mode of transit and all have exactly the same house and wealth. Now wouldn't that be a different world? Everyone on the same level all the way around. Beauty would have to be defined by something other than wide-set eyes and high cheekbones, etc. And how many today are merely masquerading as human, I wonder? This is a 6 by 4.5 inch gel pen drawing with color pencil, color gel and acrylic paint. It is Original Jones Art's attempting to make sense of it all in northwest Austin, Texas.