It is hotly debated in academic circles, talked about in nearly every religion known to man and discussed at length within the family unit. There are several things to consider when debating this topic. Some say this is right and that is wrong but only one thing is for sure, we act not according to one truth or what was there rather we act according to what we think is the truth. We humans act according to what we thought of our selves. If we change how we think and perceive things, we change how we act and behave. This, also have something to do with human needs and human wants. "There are signals from inside, there are voices that yell out, 'By gosh this is good, don't ever doubt it!' This is a path, one of the ways that we try to teach self-actualization and the discovery of self. The discovery of identity comes via the impulse voices, via the ability to listen to your own guts, and to their reactions and to what is going on inside of you." (Maslow, 171). "An important part of self-knowledge is being able to hear clearly these signals from inside." (Maslow, 176). However, unknowingly but consciously, acting things that may seem part of humanity. These actions are part of a person by being a human.