Is a rainbow inclusive? It does have all the colors, yet they are all separated from each other. They don’t interact.
And what about the wavelengths that we cannot see with our eyes? A rainbow does not include the higher energy rays such as Ultraviolet, X-ray and Gamma. The same applies to the lower energy rays such as infrared, microwave and radio waves.
What can a rainbow teach us?
1. Everyone in one place doesn’t mean together.
2. There may be ways to expand our scope of inclusion.
3. There’s more than meets the eye (literally). Can we do more to focus not only on the markedly visible, but also on the things we cannot directly see?