I have a strange question, but let me tell you something first.
If you think of this carefully, then you realize something, please try this right now:
Contract your muscles only so that your arms move without you doing it. You can't. The way it happens is that you move your arm (or you do something or whatever you call it), then your muscles contract. If our muscles weren't there, then we wouldn't be able to move our arms.
We don't contract our muscles, we move our arms, then our muscles contract automatically. So the muscles contract themselves, but what gives us the ability to make our arms move after deciding when we want to move our arm?
We can't contract our muscles so that our arm moves, we make that movement, then our muscles contract, but you can't even feel it because it's so light. This is hard to explain.
So what gives us the ability to make our arms move, but not the muscles? I'm telling you, some people won't even understand, but this is real.