Something is moving in Cuba. Winds of structural changes have started to blow. Though, as it shows, this is only the beginning of a new stage in our history. This period will be better if we try to carry it out as well as possible from the start because if we do so, mistakes can be prevented and the sinuosity inherent to change can be diminished. It seems that the Cuban people, with undoubtful patience and historic wisdom, offers the government another opportunity of time requested once more through five decades. We wish the new staff of the State speeded up and deepened the fundamental changes and went deep into them without improvisations. Substantial changes are the only responsible way out that justifies the time that has been granted and invested.