"One does not complain about water because it is wet, nor rocks because they are hard, or trees because they are green. As the child looks out upon the world with wide, uncritical and innocent eyes, simply noting and observing what is the case, without either arguing the matter or demanding that it be otherwise, so does the self-actualizing person look upon human nature both in himself and in others."
— Abraham Maslow
American psychologist, born April 1, 1908