Interaction and experience occurs in the form of a triangle between subject, object, and the body. Within the triangle we occupy the node of the body, with which we make sense of the other two nodes in different instances. Throughout our lifetime, we see that the skin of an orange is orange, shoes are objects meant to conceal the feet, automobiles are containers for transporting bodies and objects on the ground from one subject to another, etc. The frequency at which we see particular interactions between the nodes program our ideas for what we consider to be true. However, when we are presented with an instance in which the frequency is disrupted by the obstruction of a new object or subject we are faced with negotiation. In that moment we must decide to continue to believe the truth that frequency has informed through time, or to become critical of that truth.