Errol Gibbs is an ordinary person, who made an extraordinary (life-changing) decision in 2002. Gibbs relinquished a career in Project Management (Engineering, Procurement, Manufacturing, and Facilities Management), in order to undertake a search for answers to human development. Gibbs was born in the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, West Indies, where he lived until his mid-20s. Gibbs currently resides with his wife, in Milton, ON Canada. He ‘unknowingly’ began his search, after his father’s sudden death in a catastrophic accident. Gibbs was 14 years of age. He lost all of his privileges (temporarily) to a better natural life by the passing of his father. These early years began to inform his compassion for the suffering of human beings. It awakened in him the need for enduring intervention by parent(s), village, society and the nation to raise a child. Gibbs has lived and worked in the United States under NAFTA for approximately 6 years and in Canada for approximately 39 years. Gibbs’ travel in the Caribbean, to major cities in Europe, Africa (Ghana, Togo), Canada, the US and British Virgin Islands, and throughout many states in the United States of America; underpin his enquiry into human development.