When an animal's young is born, as a rule, it's ready for living a full life. But a human newborn is born a bit incomplete and reaches the level of an animal only at the age of one and a half... and then it leaves the animal level behind and keeps on developing... It's curious that this incompleteness in a human soul remains for life. All one's life a person will not feel ready for something, will lack something and still feel incomplete... And this very feeling of being incomplete is what differences human beings from animals as this is the perpetual motion which makes this world go round... This very inborn human incompleteness, this inborn imperfection... multiplied by endless thirst for attaining to perfection...
Morality is conscience. Conscience is a moral law that distinguishes a reasonable and noble person from an unreasonable and savage animal. Reasonable people are governed by their conscience, and animals are governed by the carrot and stick.
To learn to love, watch the Apple tree in spring… At first, she is happy with the spring, blooms with beautiful flowers, then the bees arrive… then there is a long warm summer... then a fruitful autumn. The most important thing is that there is no greed and greed in the Apple tree. Apples are eaten by worms, birds, and animals. Myself the Apple tree does not require anything from anyone in return, it only rejoices that its fruits are useful and in demand in society.
A hole in the wall should not be hammered with your head like a woodpecker, but with specially created tools. Man differs from other animals in that in order to catch a bird of fortune, he can weave a net, make a bow and arrow, and generally approach the process of hunting creatively.
Reason is a knowing and curious entity. An animal entity is an entity seeking pleasure ... What do animals do? They eat, relax, breed, build their minks and nests. What does a reasonable person do? Cognizes the world and seeks the truth.