In his poem “Mending Wall” Robert Frost wrote, “Something there is that doesn’t love a wall.” He then goes on to explain that nature doesn’t love walls – that frost and roots and gravity make it their work to break apart the wall. But we humans? Well, we’re another story. We seem to love our walls. Frost acknowledges that in this poem with the famous line: “Good fences make good neighbors.” Walls, gaps, separations and divisions keep order in life.