During the Renaissance period people’s views on mankind changed drastically. Before this era scholars were generally speaking with a single voice praising a similar human type which was frail, poor, withdrawn from life, quiet and needy. With Renaissance the focus on God and religion as the main character shifted to human himself. During this era, art showed people as god-like creatures who were in their perfect shape. This made people feel graceful and beautiful in a sense that made them proud of themselves. For example Leonardo Da Vinci’s painting Mona Lisa was done to portray human beauty and inner mystery in realistic ways. There was also inclination for wealth accumulation and striving for better life conditions. Involvement with every day life and taking care of themselves was becoming the norm. Public duties for common men were often overlooked and praising of extraordinary men with dreamable qualities was taking place. The goal was the manifestation of humans unique powers and showing their ability to steer their circumstances using will power. Their destiny was not up to some higher being rather people with their own being paving their way to achieve the maximum of everything they get their hands on. Individuality was welcomed and people realized they were different in the inside than everyone else and made sense of theirselves in the universe and complicated social structures.