The reader will probably remember Francis Bacon (Francis Bacon). Now I do not refer to Francis Bacon, who said: "A beautiful face - a silent consent" and "The real beauty of it is not visible in the picture," and to the unbearable, the talented, and the calling of our time artist, who always draws significantly distorted, deformed people's faces. From the point of view that is offered in this chapter, this Francis Bacon of today sees his reflection in the face of the mother, but somewhat distorted, with his or her part that annoys him, and along with all of us. I do not know anything about the private life of the artist and bring him an example for the sole reason that he claims that his approach in all modern discussions about the person and the self. Persons Bacon seem to me far from the actual perception of reality when he looks at a person the impression I have, that he painfully strives to ensure to be seen, and this is the basis of the creative vision of the world.