There should be respect for all religion, all thoughts and opinions, all lifestyles (as long as they are not hurting anybody). In order to achieve that, we need to learn to say - I may not agree but I respect you and your believes. That takes patience, tolerance and a realisation that we have to open our minds. This was taken at a local church in a small village of Barban in Istria along the coast. Its caption represents the lack of ability to open to others, to respect other peoples lifestyle and serves as a reminder that an open mind may sometimes need a fence to defend its opinion but there is a fine line between a fence and spikes and bars.