Humans are built on morals they learn throughout their lifespan. People have the mind capability of being considerate of what they are doing and what is going on around them. Considerate, by definition, is having a careful awareness or view of someone’s opinion or circumstance, etc. Consideration enables people the capacity to ignore or acknowledge something and to decide if they want to do something about it. People can be considerate of other people, animals, plants, environment, death, etc. To be considerate is wired into people, but not all realize it. In order for someone to be considerate, they have to be educated about the circumstance. There are many people who are making the effort to help people consider what is going on under their noses. Some works where consideration can be seen are David Foster Wallace’s “Consider the Lobster”, Jessica Mitford’s “The Story of Service”, and Hal Herzog’s “Animals Like Us”. These authors are forcing readers to see their moral view and push the readers to consider their own view. An important thing to keep in mind when being considerate, is to be open minded.