For example, humans have a right to opinions since an opinion is comprised of thoughts and feelings generated by one's own mind. Expression and speech are also rights because they originate within the individual’s personal vessel (i.e., the body). Since these abilities are intrinsic to human existence and controlled solely by the individual, it is impossible for them to be directed in a telekinetic manner. What humans can do is control the circumstances surrounding an individual, forcing said individual to make a choice they wouldn’t have otherwise, but this does not qualify as controlling another's bodily functions. Therefore, the use of one’s personal vessel is strictly one’s own privilege and no one else's.