Many voices rival for our attention. The different languages of power in our culture that push us to define our success--our happiness-- our quest for truth. The anchorage of voices tell us to drop our anchors to. The languages of panacea for all cultural, economic and religious quest. Often these voices sound persuasive. Resting our moorings on them, sounds the easy way. But these voices may offer evolutionary answers to our emotional needs, we do not realize that they are the language foreign, contrary to our true selves. The inner voice-- the conscience-- hearing that voice is often our life-saver. Often, when we are on the verge of business, marriage, health failure and feeling lost in finding self-identity-- that inner voice tells us to stop and listen--if only, we let our true voice talk to us. How does one react when relationships fail us? How does a parent react when an adult child becomes lost in his drug-addiction, and her unwed pregnancy? They'd listened enough to the language of temporary high and dope. While the daughter hears "abortion" on every side. Sad common phenomenon. Always asking people for moral direction, we deprive our own higher calling to make better of ourselves. Regardless of one's views of how people want their conflicts in life to evolve, it is indisputable from the language from left and right: our actions upon listening to that inner, moral voice-- must act to preserve, save and value life.