It's one thing to have a story come full circle, but one do not want the protagonist to come back to where he began as a character. It is essential that he/she grows, changes, or learns something in the course of the story. In screenwriting this is called the "Character Arc". This chapter focuses on the examples of how characters grow and move through the levels: self, bonding, family, community and humanity. These levels can be thought of as the character's perspective, beginning with the lowest level of focusing only on himself, moving upward and outward, finally being able to see all the way to the far horizon and include all of humanity in their worldview. The chapter explores how can the levels of Character Evolution help to understand writing love relationships? Screenwriters are gods who create worlds and populate them. Be conscious of the evolutionary process as they guide these mortals' lives.