The title for this article was taken from a great book: "The poor man," written by Jose Ingenieros. I imagine that you have read this book, if not, I invite you to do it for you to enjoy a profound and inspiring reading. Although the author mentioned above I do not share a couple of concepts, I feel particularly comfortable reading a book of this caliber. No doubt, as he so ably points out, the society moves towards the path that is forging the genius, virtue, ideals, a few men in every age. But I want to clarify that in writing that I feel "comfortable" do not write in the sense of staying on their hands, because of course there are many times when I felt how my lack of vision, work and discipline, have influenced some around me, limiting, since the best way we can help others discover their abilities, help them shine with their own light, is shining ourselves without fear of feeling inadequate because they are different, perhaps because our own ideals can ignite the flame of the ideals on those around us. Will we be of the "few"? However, even sad, we need to recognize the reality that they are "few" who truly want, want, yearn to live a life that inspires. It is not necessary to seek to influence the masses, and sometimes the wife, child, close friend or girlfriend (when we are young) are all over the world where we need to make our mark, our legacy, a legacy consisting of a character directed by principles and the dreams that we strive to live each day of our lives, because, after all is said and done, what is a man or a woman if you can not live an ideal, just one? Unfortunately, the global society in which we develop, although much talk about quality, and making major strides in creating new technologies, seems to have forgotten that what we have today was born as the impossible for someone like crazy a man or a woman who refused to be crowded and, at all costs, wanted do something different, something that did not even know if it would work, but that work would be a giant leap for mankind. .