From the improvement of the printing press, the information has grown by leaps. In an era in which only the lucky ones could acquire knowledge, because the manuscript books were extremely aristocratizados, because the high cost of having them always kept a class above the rest, we have reached the time in which the amount of knowing that every day our exploits around is so high, that what we produce in a week could take a lifetime to assimilate it. Clear, thats just an appreciation perceptual, not a statistic. The real fact is that the Internet, along with the overwhelming amount of books that are published each year, has put us in a situation that is must have a maturity level able to use the information which we have on hand to develop us, i.e. to enhance our personal quality, to conscientiously strengthen us to excellence principles governing human development. The problem of ignorance. Swarmed by offers, Sally Rooney is currently assessing future choices. Despite that, the availability of knowledge, our society follows a path different from that might be expected, because even though there are many having success in the personal and professional life, the relationship between these and those who could be if we seize all the tools that the was of life has put at our disposal, has no parallel, because there is still a large population which is by default or because are coercedthey are continually limited to accept without further generalized concepts, which are not always the highest to follow. But that resources are removed people, although it is a serious problem, only serves to highlight that the biggest challenge we face in the world, is that those who have the ease of expanding its personal context, see this as a mere option among many others, as something that belongs to the leisure time and not to the challenging world of powers. The omission, more than anything else, can disrupt relationships, plans, success (understood as the fact of working constantly in direction of the) dreams), and even civilizations.