The fish mouth dies the saying, alluding to that when they try to eat something that hides a Fishhook, their seconds are counted. Humans assume that the fish also need, want, thinks and decides as us. It is not proven that that is so. What is proven is that when we understand something, we have no choice but that appeal to our own experiences. And this is the case of the fish. Experience tells us that the needs and desires enslave us and may even expose us irreparable damage.
What are these as teaching experiences that lead us to fear the needs and desires? From very small we receive tips that do not accept gifts from strangers because they can kidnap us and take us away. The parents turned to that formula, although sometimes we have no notion of the dose. To ensure the effectiveness of the recommendation, we can induce in the children a real terror toward the unknown, becoming enemies to all people who are not family or friends. Using this form of understanding reality, was that the unpopular President of the United States, George W. Bush, when Al Qaeda toppled the twin towers (11/09/2001), publicly said: which you are not with us, you are with the terrorists. But we have another experience much more influential in our philosophy of life regarding the fear that others are aware of our needs and desires. The technique we use to hunt fish consists precisely in knowing they like certain foods. Fear of others arises mainly from our own intentions. We know from experience that to dominate others, it is useful to know their tastes, preferences, needs. Fear of others has the dimension of how dangerous would be if they had our intentions. ??? (It comes from stories in psychoanalytic key) Original author and source of the article.