Once upon a time a single mortal perspective witnessed another mortal do something it had never seen before. The eyes of the body of the witness saw another body achieve something that surpassed the direct experience of the witness. In this moment was born the belief in one perspective that I am not that. This observation gave birth to what is now termed ‘me’. God gave man instincts and sensory perception to create feelings. The feelings were the architect God used to evolve the body. One day one of the separate perspectives became ‘conscious’ of its own existence.