Although each human being is unique, a singularity that distinguished from all other beings that exist and have ever existed on the planet, it can be difficult to express yourself in the world. Culture, with its values and power games, has impact on how much we can express our difference. There are environments that recognize the value of each person\'s contribution to the civilizing process, how much each being can add up with his difference. In these contexts, each one can, feeling more free to manifest, express more easily with their own being in the world. There are environments that require standard responses, impose a way of being and living, a unique way of thinking and functioning, to the detriment of each person\'s right, even if the expression of that right does not cause harm to other people. It is not uncommon to see in the world, the use of power and strength to impose the will of many on individual choices; both within smaller groups, such as family members, and in larger groups, such as countries. The degree of openness of the environment for the self expression is crucial for the construction of singularities, which are constituted throughout life. The non-acceptance of our difference can cause us pain and to escape the pain, we often give up what would be the construction of our own response, and as efect, we can put ourselves in a place wich we understand that the environment expects of us, moving away from ourselves . A system that works this way does not produce sustainable results. On the contrary, a context that welcomes each one by integrating it into a construction of a larger system, integrating all parts, can result in a more sustainable and more pacifying system. There is the possibility of breaking with the conditions that forged our adaptation to the environment in order to move away from what we are. It goes through the openness we may have in the search for what we really are, in the values we believe in and what we should do in this world.