Inequality has become one of the defining challenges that have limited our mobility to a life, some would say, "worth living." When we look at the world around us, challenges come in plenty; yet for some, these challenges are a never-ending cycle. We question perhaps, "Was this the hand that I was dealt?" and therefore should I react or enact some type of change? The disappointing reality is that not many are heard or recognized when a call for change is instigated. The inequalities we face have ties to the capitalistic pursuits of mankind that take up a relentless mask that few are able to escape. Although the injustices we face today are ridden with the plagues of sexism, colorism, and hardships of mental illnesses; we as a society tend to turn a blind eye when these downfalls aren’t of importance to ourselves. Yet, something we all most notice is the impeccable irony that discrimination does not discriminate when it comes to its’ victims and we’re all at risk. The hierarchy of mankind is closely linked to capitalism. As humans become increasingly dispensable, we are at odds with our self worth and therefore replace our merit in life by how much money we gain. We have been taught that money can’t buy happiness, and that the pursuit of happiness should be fulfilled by one’s sense of inclusion and mission in life. But how does one find happiness in a world that neither accepts him for who he truly is nor deems him fit to advance in life due to what he’s worth. It seems that we live in a world where the cards have been dealt, stacked, and played without all players in mind; however, we come to the table anyway and we sit, observe, and play regardless, knowing that we are molded to fall. So who’s to blame for our misfortunes when in reality the majority who has been undermined to stay obedient has the power to reach new heights? Perhaps no one, perhaps everyone.