In astronomy, the typical way to give the mass of a large object is in solar masses, denoted M⊙. This isn’t an exact measure, but it’s good to a suitable degree of accuracy. For example, Sirius A is about 2.02 M⊙. Betelgeuse and Rigel both weigh in at around 18 M⊙. So, here’s a question. Including all of the planets, how much do you suppose our entire solar system would weigh?
1.0014 M⊙. That’s all. Our entire solar system is basically just the Sun. Plus a dusting of leftover crumbs from when it was forming. All of the planets combined make just 0.14% of the mass of the Sun. On this scale, planet Earth barely even registers.
And if that doesn’t challenge our imagined self-importance or the delusion that we have some privileged position in the Universe, then I don’t know what will!