The desire for privacy stems from shame. Neither animals nor children are ashamed and neither desire privacy. When children begin to feel their egos, they feel shame, fear being hurt, and want to hide. As we grow, we learn to feel that we are trespassing if we infringe on the privacy of others. Today, commercial and political factors penetrate our privacy in order to influence us as they please. Soon, we will no longer even be aware that we are being managed. This type of privacy needs to develop into consideration for others and for society at large. We must educate all of society so that no one will want to harm another.