How does the shown object point to a better world?

The wide, unin­ter­rup­ted hori­zon of the big Texas sky evokes lim­it­less pos­sib­il­it­ies of a socially and leg­ally unboun­ded soci­ety and world.

This is how I imagine a better world:

A socially and leg­ally unboun­ded soci­ety and world are ones that are
uncon­strained by and freed of
bound­ar­ies, restric­tions, dis­crim­in­a­tion, inequal­ity, oppres­sion, death, and murder

put in place by social con­struc­tions of

bio­lo­gic­al sex and inde­term­in­ate sex,
dis­ab­il­ity, and oth­er phys­ic­al and men­tal char­ac­ter­ist­ics
— all nat­ur­ally occur­ring human dis­tinc­tions, except gender –

in the ser­vice of hold­ing in place and con­trolling

dark­er- (or light­er-) skinned people,
women and girls,
LGBTQ+ indi­vidu­als,
those who are dis­abled,
and those who have oth­er phys­ic­al and men­tal mark­ers

for the bene­fit of those who use eco­nom­ic and polit­ic­al power, some­times channeled through manip­u­la­tion of reli­gion and oth­er social insti­tu­tions,
to grow their power
by bend­ing it through social con­struc­tions that block and deny oppor­tun­ity and access to resources

in order to dimin­ish the power of indi­vidu­als and groups
by mak­ing them invis­ible,
crim­in­als and law break­ers,
the enemy,
the unholy,
and worse,

through these con­struc­tions,

by under­min­ing and des­troy­ing their dig­nity, integ­rity, and human­ity through ren­der­ing them the Oth­er.

“The sky’s the lim­it!” (trans­late to read, “There are no lim­its”) in the uto­pia of We, we human beings togeth­er.