Are you distrustful of strangers?
Do you always put your guard up when someone you don't know talks to you?
Do you always put up a shield when you are with people you don't know and forced to corperate with them?
Do you have problem communicating with people you don't know?
I have no problem talking to strangers and people I don't know, in the real world. After all, they are humans just like us.
When I was doing a job which involve surveying the interests of the population, I go up and ask people some random questions. Some people avoided me like a plague because they don't want to talk or have anything to do with strangers. I do not understand y some people are likethat.
These barriers that exist between humans in adulthood did not exist when we are in school. So I am trying to understand why they exist in the adulthood society. We humans exist as a community of mutual dependence, meaning we are supposed to help each other when one person encounters problems he or she cannot solve. We cannot face anything alone all by ourselves.
It seems in modern day society we only care about ourselves and our self-interests, and not give a damn about the other people's problems and suffering. All because we distrust each other and view other human beings as dangerous.
If we are alientated and distrust each other, how can we hope to survive as a species?