Our actions and the ways in which we choose to spend our lives are ultimately defined by our motivation. The human condition focuses on oneself and all that one can personally benefit from. This draws the question of whether or not acts can truly be selfless. Self satisfaction and indulgence whisper in the ear of the forces that drive humans to each choice they make. In many of the texts we read this semester, the issue of judgement and decision making is heavily analyzed, as well as the issue of selfishness within the human condition. Love and relationships require balance, and love cannot exist between two, if only driven by self indulgence and the desire to merely connect. Isolation surrounds the individual, whether it be in relationships with others; or the relationship one has with oneself. Ultimately, selfishness and the insatiable need to indulge, no matter the consequence, manifests.