In Chapters 2 and 3, we learned that evolutionarily speaking, culture has mostly replaced genes to guide humans in the survival game. Each culture is an immense archive of ideas—what it is best to do to survive. For every decision we make, we rely on ideas from our immediate culture to give us a hint about the right course of action, for example embracing a certain value, dressing in a certain way, or making a certain career choice, depending on the demands and expectations of the specific culture that hosts us at that moment. Note that genes do not stand idly by, but actively evolve and adapt to support our process of adjustment, so that we can acquire the necessary culture (GCEB-Be).