Each human creation starts with a thought, an idea, a vision, an intellectual representation. This means that a thought is applied in ways that give substance and form to a new project. I'm collective my thoughts now and applying them on this project. No one can see through my eyes and understand things the way I do. Conversely, I cannot get into the head of others in order to have a first hand understanding of their mental processes. We are accustomed to thinking of ourselves more in terms only of our physical body than of internal energy. We look at our image in the mirror or on window panes and think that we are what we can see. We are inundated with messages from outside ourselves. These messages remind us that we act in various ways. Nevertheless, we have an internal life, our thoughts. Humanism is a internal affair, yet we waste our time looking outside the window (ourselves) for answers because we have been unable to illuminate our interior space, our thoughts (room). It is clear, therefore, that we resist the idea that we have a significant self which is resistant to messages and the demands of the world that surrounds our physical self.