SOME THOUGHTS: --- The term "Everything has its place" is of the highest conventional wisdom and is probably the most popular cop-out available in our vocabulary of human understanding. When looking deeper into it, one might actually find a richer validity by reversing the phrase, thus "Its place has everything."
That which has a place includes occupants you, me, them, it, etc., and for this fact alone we do not separate. There is no place for each of us to have because our place has us. You behold the entire, infinite universe within your lifetime, that is your place, and it is the most important thing you have in common with every other thing in the universe. We are all as one in the recurrent chasm of the beholder, whenever and whomever that beholder happens to be; at any moment, this could be them, or you, or me. Perhaps it seems as though we experience separation and/or isolation from one another due to the fact that we are individual entities, but in actuality, this fact is the only real thing that unites us. Purely and simply, our individuality is what we have the most in common. Even the common thread of our individual demise binds us, innevitably.
The vast universe, as seen through any eyes, is wrapped up in a tidy little package from birth to death, encompassing countless amounts of what we acknowledge and hold sacred, as well as our most despised enemies, ignored indifferences, and all things we desire the least (e.g., the inevitable ecstasy/rapture of both pain and pleasure). It is all there, for every individual, forever. 'All is as one, one way or another', and this is the way it has revealed itself to me. You are my limbs and vital organs, my blood, my cells, my brothers and my sisters in that we all behold, from beginning to end, that which has no beginning or ending. You--we inhale and exhale the infinite every day of our lives: In light every creation, destruction, thought, action, or lack thereof is a reflection of our fathomless universe, a universe automatically fathomed by default just being in it and doing anything at all. (Neither a 'good' nor a 'bad' claim other than just being a mere result of the observation.)..........>>>>