The intense desire for personal wealth, the cost of community health may just be ebbing. Perhaps the cost to our personal wealth from the decline in community health is the reason? There are those who judge others by the series of their BMW or the newness of their Cadillac, but there seems to be more of those who are thinking higher of those going carless. People may be coming to the realization that they do not always have to strive for the fanciest and newest car on the block, the largest RV, or the biggest toy because there will always be someone with a newer, bigger, faster or classier one. The race for material acquisition and/or consumption may be taking its toll. Might it be, climate change is forcing people to reconsider?