This conclusion presents some closing thoughts discussed in the preceding chapters of the book. The book addresses the events, conflicts, and problems related to cultural communities and people interactions with them. Culture and psychology researchers have to fully understand why people do, think, and feel as they do in particular cultural environments and people always act, feel, and think in particular socio-cultural circumstances. The book provides a major message that a problem-oriented, realist, and case-based research is the most productive way to conduct such studies and to advance knowledge in this area. Such studies should be guided by the realist paradigm accompanied by interpretivist thinking. This symbiosis provides the most comprehensive way to understand both the communal cultural models and their representations in people minds. Homo interpretans theoretical perspective could be best implemented through different fields of cultural/indigenous psychology and psychological and cognitive anthropology.