A fence is a part of your property. It could be yours alone but in some instances, only half of the side belongs to you. There are many reasons why people build fences. Generally, it is to protect their privacy and set visual boundaries on their property. Most of the fence owners would like to keep their fences maintained because it adds beauty and neatness to their property. There would be no problem in keeping the fence in good condition if the fence lies on your property, however, complicated discussions is inevitable if the fence is shared by two property owners.
Whether it is a relationship between husband and wife, parent and child, or co-worker and co-worker, there is one crucial ingredient that any successful relationship must have: trust.
One of Buddha’s famous quotes says: “You should respect each other and refrain from disputes; you should not, like water and oil, repel each other, but should, like milk and water, mingle together.”