But still, our iPhones, smart TVs, and fancy cars aren’t enough for us. We live as if those sorts of things were the summation of our existence rather than God, love, purpose, family, and freedom. Most of us do not know what it is like to go without food and clean water. One of my grandfathers lived in a shack with a dirt floor, no running water, and no electricity. This is the kind of socialist squalor Venezuelans face, now — not nearly a century ago, but now.