Every individual is knowledgeable; experiences wrongly interpreted have left an indelible impression on the human mind. These experiences influence the mind which in turn influences wrong doings. This is because the knowledge is covered with a layer of dust or ignorance. But what needs to be recognized is that the substratum in every human being is pure and full of knowledge; it is knowledge. The adverse experiences urge them and take them towards tyranny and fights, towards malpractices and dishonesty. However, the inherent knowledge in others also brings out the creativity in them. Every individual is creative in some art or another. Talent is inherent or as they say, in-born. All it needs is an exposure and with little efforts they display their talents. While some perform well in painting others sing or dance well. While some are good orators others excel at music. Nevertheless, all the goodness is concealed because of the lack of trust and confidence we have against each other. The world has become full of corruption; human does not trust another human. Frustration has taken over people and all we find is people full of anger and greed. Selfish motives lurk in every action. What we need to believe is that behind this frustration, selfishness and distrust is the pain and agony. If only we could believe this, each individual could make this world a better place to live in.