Angry bear, kills food giver, lacks logic
That was my haiku on last post. I want to pursue this thought using some comments from that post.
Faye made this statement: “I see a much deeper TRUTH in this than about a bear.” Good, I hoped a deeper message would come through.
We have seen massive evidence of that “deeper truth” on America’s streets this week. Angry bears who had a golden opportunity to “wreck the joint” as they jumped into what was probably begun as a peaceful protest for a just cause.
To Pranab‘s quip about not feeding wild animals. I commented: This bear was not wild. See how I carefully picked a bear with no woods behind him. He is an ignorant bear who depended on man’s hand to feed him. He didn’t like foraging for his own food. It really is true that one should not feed wild bears. They will turn on you and they will become helpless to care for themselves.
Why wreck the country of one’s birth? He is ignorant. He doesn’t like work. Someone will feed him.
But that is not sufficient to explain why “man” would go so wild as to kill his bread giver.
Consider: It is innate in the bear to be wild; it is innate in man to be sinful.
Sharmishtha basu says it very well in her comment.