Not Everyone Is Doing It — FREE Ebook
Boundaries play an important role in society. Roadside fences are a good example. Wild animals are prone to stray on to highways in many places around the world. Kangaroos stray in Australia, and camels in many Arabian Gulf countries. Fences placed at selected points minimise casualties to animals as well as to people.
Similarly, moral and ethical boundaries protect people from moral and spiritual damage. However, there is a key difference between fences and moral boundaries: fences are made of physically visible materials of enough strength to restrain those creatures that try to trespass. Moral boundaries, on the other hand, are invisible and non-physical, and are not able to offer physical resistance. Even the smallest damage done to a fence is clearly visible, whereas even major damages done to the invisible and nonphysical moral boundaries are invisible.
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