Let's take a look at the issue of overstepping boundaries; the Harambe, the 450-pound silverback gorilla, the accident isn't the only animal disaster in the news. Check out this clip with an Elk at Yellowstone National Park.
YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK
We like the zoo 'cause we're animals too!
There's an apparent disconnect in discerning natural boundaries. Human brains have the capacity to reason, understand, and discern how to interact with the environment around them. What's going on here? It's true our hearts are the instruments of emotions such as love, hate, or disinterest. However, our brains often direct those feelings based on our ability to reason. Have we forgotten how to reason?
It's about building a WALL... not around your heart, but for the sake of natural boundaries to protect yourself and others against the sharp animal instincts. For humans to raise above the natural animal instincts requires an open heart. In other words, discrimination should not be used for our differences such as skin color, age, sex, nationality, or religion, but for the behaviors that could harm us. The ALL or nothing attitude is crazy. Some would have us build barriers around everything and others would say let's not have any obstacles. Why is that happening? Maybe it's gorilla warfare?
Gorilla Warfare: Is my new term for social engineering. The definition of social engineering is an attack vector that relies heavily on human interaction and often involves tricking people into breaking normal security procedures. The strategy and tactics of guerrilla warfare tend to focus on the use of a small, mobile force competing against a larger, more awkward one. For clarification, YOU are the heavy one.
Whether in the sphere of politics or business, in our social conduct or our ethical thinking, we are dominated by the small number of persons who understand the mental processes and social patterns of the masses. They pull the wires which control public mind, harness old social forces and contrive new ways to bind and guide the WORLD. Edward Bernays
If this subject interest, you check out the video on Tavistock Institute of Human Relations.