Separating our identities from our work is contradictory to nature. Like any species, our dispositions should always be a reflection of what we do-our life’s work. When we examine a living thing and become captivated by some of its features, we find these parts to be a vital component to what makes its function unique from other animals. The wings of an eagle enable it to soar at high altitudes; the oil of a mechanic’s hands never seem to fully wash away, giving him an advantage of day to day manual labor. Similarly, what we occupy ourselves with will always manifest in our demeanors. The man who spends his years in caring and guiding others, by nature, exhudes a psychological and spiritual aura of genuine love.