When confronting our “today” as a time knot that tetters our “yesterday” to our “tomorrow,” it’s best to confront its features, accepting them as they are. We might not be fond of these features in today’s climate, but we have all been gifted a suitable power, one that enables us to rouse humanity in every man. In this way and by employing conscience, will, decisiveness, goodness, empathy, knowledge, ideation, and belief in ourselves, we will be able to transform bad into good and good into better. Each time we circumvent the symptoms plaguing the present moment, each time we passivize the function of our senses and become numb to the overall social ambience where we shoot the episodes of our lives is nothing other than siloing in airless chambers. We’ve decided to open our doors and windows. This is why we exist.