Search for Least, Last and Lost

A small coin slips and falls in the sea sand. After a short search, the person decides that it is not worth time and effort. David writes: “When I look at your heavens, the work of your fingers, the moon and the stars, which you have set in place, what is man that you are mindful of, and the son of man that you care for?” (Psalms 8:3,4) In the context of the whole universe, a person is not worthy of searching for God. Lord Jesus Christ death: “For the Son of Man came to seek and to save the lost.” (Luke 19:10) Every person who is considered as least or last or lost has dignity and is worthy of the love of God.
Least: God loves all the humans including those considered as least. A baby is powerless, sometimes new-born babies are sold or killed. Even unborn babies are murdered in the altar of lust. Orphans are defenceless and vulnerable, many times they are exploited and oppressed. There are poor, undocumented migrants, homeless, widows, prisoners, displaced people who live in the margins of society. God’s love for them is undeniable.
Last: There are those who are in the lowest rung of income or social ladders of hierarchy. Communities, societies, nations and cultures could assign them that place, but Lord Jesus Christ identifies with them.
Lost: Bible declares that all have sinned and hence all are sinners. (Romans 3:23) They are lost in the miry clay, sinking into despair. God lifts them up. (Psalms 40:2) There are four kinds of lost people in the gospel of Luke. (Luke 15) People like lost coins are like those who are lost, but do not know they are lost or the owner/maker. People like lost sheep are those who realize they are lost but do not know the way back to fold or the shepherd. Younger son was lost and did not realize he was lost, but the crisis realized him. Elder son was lost in the home thinking he was safe.
Am I concerned about the Least, Last and Lost?