To be sensitive is to be human. It is to feel not only by touch but by taste, smell, sound, and sight. It is to use these feelings to create emotion and thought; these are two very different things. When emotion is created through sensibility the host has no choice but to take ownership of it. These emotions are created by them and for them. They cannot give anyone else credit for this creation. This type of sensibility is pure. On the other hand when thought is created through sensibility it is free to roam. It cannot only be linked to the host but to their surrounding environments. This type of sensibility is also pure, but the delusion it is often accompanied with deprives it of its purity. Although it is possible for a host to survive with neither or only one of these forms of sensibility, this deficiency may result in the perception of a lack of humanity.