Topic begins at 8:12 after Dr Mroczek makes note of certain weather anomalies, pesticide use, and harm to animals which are problems she repeatedly reminds about. She then begins to speak about quality of life and psychology, asking the audience “what are you living for” and “is it even worth examining what you are living for”. She explains that psychology is more than psychopathology or abnormality and that humans tend to be resistant to taking a candid naked look at who they are. She describes some mechanisms of defense and the importance of trying to be objective to the best of one’s ability. She posits the overall task for humans is to become better human beings – more civil, ‘human’, moral, and ultimately brotherly.