I'm too hungry and exhausted to write a proper post but I just wanted to throw out two things for you.
In the Namesake the main character sees the fruits of his architectural labor in a skylight or door in a huge skyscraper...some small part of a whole. That's how I feel with my work at the magazine. A line here, a heading there -- that's where I am right now.
Also, I ran across this quote in a book and it made me smirk.
"Love thy neighbor, even if he plays trombone." - Jewish proverb
Love to all.