Once we saw ourselves as cogs in an industrial revolution, breadwinners and caretakers of the young. Our survival was at the epicenter of our consciousness and morality defined the edges of our existence. As the revolution turned, we became acutely aware of our mighty human existence; we became an excersize in egoism, defining a new role: master of the machine. No longer cogs we elevated ourselves to a higher order, convinced of a greater purpose. Now there exists a righteous mentality. But not everyone can be heroes. We are learning this and we are disappointed. We were promised the world and now what we need to do is rebuild it slowly and surely so that we can simply survive. Mayhap bread winning can be as essential now as “saving the world” because it will save our lives.