Not too long ago, geneticists proved that all people alive today are descendants of a relatively small tribe of individuals that walked out of africa some 60,000 years ago, carrying out the human spirit and imagination to the inner and outer corners of the habitable world. This also implies that every culture shares the same potentials, the same amount of intellectual capacity and the same strands of raw genius are imbedded in our unique coding. Westerners have undoubtedly achieved great things technologically, productively exercising their innovative right to sustainability in regards to the conservation of the environment. Many have have taken a stand for environmental awareness, cultural fairness, animal rights and implementing environmental management. Sadly, many have chosen to remain comfortably blind, ignorant to the changing climates, unnatural disasters, wealth induced manipulation and the mistreatment of the indigenous people. The global voices of those in suffering are being silenced as the decline in cultural diversity begins to steepen. A language is being lost. Not a language consisting of vocabulary, a language that is the vehicle by which the soul of each particular culture can sing freely in the material world, for every elder and tribes person lost, so is the last syllables of an ancient song. It's very clear we are at the brink of a cultural evolution, where we can go forth with the aid of technology, alongside our vital elements, towards the planets conservation. Still, I find myself asking "what have we done?" What's wrong? With all the great minds we have, all the minds and thinking that have gone before us, with all the lessons of history left for us to examine, it's so difficult to imagine why we aren't further along as a nation than we are now, more separate than ever. At the tips of our fingers, we are inundated with more information, on a daily basis, than we can process. It's like we're lost in the noise of an over-communicated environment, bombarded day to day, we're clinging to the very walls of our confinement, trying to scramble away from ourselves because the information we are receiving does not serve us nor nourish us. Where is the wisdom we have lost in the knowledge, the wisdom lost to the intellectual preference? In a time where we gather around to watch a sitcom, willingly blind and ignorant witnesses to the happenings around us, letting modernisation make complacency of mankind.