Today's script comes from this concert poster by Todd Slater. As usual, the final product isn't necessarily directly related, but I hope you'll agree that the link is there.
1 - Deep space. We're looking at the Milky Way. Earth is in there somewhere, but it's too small to see.
CAPTION: In the grand scheme of things, one person's life is infinitely small and unbearably short.
2 - Still in space, but we've moved much closer and are now looking at Earth.
CAPTION: Some find this fact depressing, as if brevity diminishes a thing's worth.
3 - Closer still, we're now a bird's eye view of the countryside. It is night time and a city is visible on the periphery of the panel, but most of the world is dark.
CAPTION: But why not look at it from the opposite perspective?
4 - Even closer. Still bird's eye as we look down at a man walking through a field, carrying a case.
CAPTION: In a universe that is unbelievably large, every moment is invaluable.
5 - Worm's eye view (or something like it) of said person having set up a telescope through which they're looking up at a brilliant night sky.
CAPTION: Because there will always be new things to discover.