What do they have in common? A refugee begging for peace and an oppressed man fighting for his freedom. A worker who claims his salary, and an outcast who claims his rights. One citizen who demands real democracy, and another who warns of the ecological disaster. Or simply a dreamer who wants to change the world of things, and another who wants to change the culture.
Perhaps they have in common the option of fighting for their rights. Perhaps they have in common their weakness the face to the enormous powers that run the world. Or perhaps they have in common the suspicion that these simple rights today seem utopia.
Then we will have something else in common: an utopia, a sufficient reason to converge. For when a worthy cause arrange us, its brilliance will overshadow the differences and illuminate what unites us and what unites us will make us stronger.