Homosapiens must make things, and create. Homosapiens live in communities often including other species such as dogs and cats and chickens and sheep and maybe goats or donkeys and the odd rabbit or hamster. For humans Dunbar's number is 150 individuals we can keep track of in detail, and 500 acquaintances and 1500 we can recognize. Therefore we are constructed to live in a community, and preferably a stable one. The population center I live in is a city of over 100,000 members. The main High School has 2,550 pupils. Those groups are way too big. And there are a lot of nuclear families, with one or two parents and 0, 1, 2, or 3 children. Those groups are too small. So churches exist with about the right number. We have to do more in those. We need to progress toward a goal. I've noticed that progress is the same as purpose. We should work to help our community, tribe I guess I should say, or church. We will feel good if we make things for a community of that size, serve a community of that size, get rich and help a community of that size. Too many successful people find it lonely at the top, and get rich but still don't feel successful. We need to be independent but also interdependent.