Generally speaking, the human mind and body is a social creature. Like food and water, it cannot survive for long without social contact or interaction. But there are those great minds who do, however, prefer to be in isolation. They certainly do function better. But even so, close contact with other human beings is sensible in terms of keeping the person safer and healthier. And so true for those who are now vulnerable.
Those who are vulnerable are in poor or deteriorating health. They may be physically challenged or wracked with disease. And they may also be old. In the latter case, they may do well for themselves within senior living communities in Draper UT. This is perhaps a good example of communal living as it should be. Everyone within these gated or sheltered communities are encouraged to get along. But for their own good, and if that is at all possible, given that some folks may be ill or of such an advanced age that they are no longer able to function fully of their own accord and without help; they are asked or encouraged to cooperate.
It most certainly is for their own good. It is good for justice. And it is good for peace.
But what of the others? Those who are still quite young, but now in no position to live along and take full and proper care of themselves. Well, there is that too. Perhaps not as many as the centers available for your senior citizens but there are certainly those that can take good care of the physically challenged and the terminally ill. Finally, it is perhaps pleasing to note that society is moving still further away from what was always regarded as institutionalisation.