Currently the body language of dogs is treated as if it is a crude version of a human verbal language with various postures and sounds substituting for words. What's therefore assumed to be going on inside the mind of a dog is a variant of human psychology, varying in degree but not kind. But how does a thought vary in degree? Are we saying that inside the mind of a dog is a slower, duller witted mental acuity --- are dogs just stupid people? In this treatment of body language we will learn it is an expression of emotion and feelings, a non-verbal kind of intelligence and knowingness. We will explore the specific motive behind all behavior and how body language is an articulation of this primal driving force. We will discover how a simple and universal motive organizes the many into one.