Is your house fenced?
We all know that a fence is something that is used to limit (encircle, insulate) the yard, soil, house, garden, and so on. At least, that’s the general sense, because the fence has many meanings beyond its kind as a noun.
Not all houses have fences. It depends on many things such as culture, residential style, architectural style, social status, psychological factors of the owner or the inhabitants, and others. So also with the size of the height and materials used to make the fence.
I am sure that you also understand that the fence is closely related to aspects of security and vulnerability. In general, the more things that must be stored, protected, and safeguarded the fence will be higher, layered, and equipped with a variety of security equipment. The fence is a physical fence as defined, but the tasks assigned to it concern the whole dimension of its inhabitants; physical, mental, emotional, social, and spiritual.
Besides, besides the physical fence, we also have various fences were nonphysical, which is faith, culture, law, norm, regulation, until the psychological fence, both positive and negative. How much is our connection with these fences? How much do we rely on these fences? To what extent are we aware of the existence of these fences? How big is our fear without those fences? To what extent is the harmony between one fence and another? To what extent do we realize what fence we need or not at all?