There might be some of the readers that were so busy getting upset about the flowery language used by Joe Rogan that they possibly missed the very powerful message he shared with his audience. We strut around with our bloated egos as if we know everything about everything. What we fail to understand is that we know virtually nothing other than a few basic perceptions downloaded by our parents very soon after we arrived on this plane. Many of us have a very sensitive emotional body that make us cringe, cry or go to war if anyone dare to oppose our point of view. We have superficial data on millions of stuff that is sitting there in our sub-conscious minds ready to spring to life when activated. This gives us a false sense of superiority. What we don’t know is that our knowledge depth barely put a layer on the surface of any subject matter. Look at our education system. Our system is under funded and understaffed. Our system makes it virtually impossible to fail. That is why you have huge numbers of students that finish school that can hardly read or write their name. We appoint individuals in serious leadership positions that are unqualified and know virtually nothing about leadership or accountability. We appoint people according to their skin colour and hope that they will sooner or later master the job. We force individuals into leadership positions in business because of skin colour and disadvantage that organisation in the competitive world we live in. We allow often lazy individuals that insist on high paying jobs with endless benefits to take over the workforce and still expect to compete in the global market. Don’t get me wrong. I have nothing against any race or tribe. I embrace anyone notwithstanding his mother tongue or skin colour that have a strong desire to learn, evolve and admit that he or she still have much to learn. We get brainwashed to stick to a few basic principles and perceptions or we will be toasted by God. We have a shower of uninterrupted advertising that is bombarding us mercilessly from the moment we open our eyes in the morning until we drop back into bed at night. We are producing children today that early in their life start running the show at home. They dictate what they will eat, wear and learn. Parents have been so entangled in guilt and laws that they can hardly demonstrate their insistence that certain things are out of bounds. We, the older generation should first admit that most of us suspended taking in new knowledge soon after we left school or university. We know little about most of the stuff that we see around us daily. Many slipped into a groove decades ago and still walk in circles while we hope that something mystical will happen that will bring some welcome change into our lives. Please listen to the clips again and you might notice that there is a powerful message blanketed by endless laughter. We might think it is funny when someone tells us that we are dumb, but sit for a few moments and think about it. You might agree that Joe Rogan is spot on with his message.