One bitterly cold morning Hawk and Blue jay were huddled up desperately trying to stay warm. Natural enemies, Hawk and Blue eyed each other suspiciously. They knew if they huddled together, their chance of surviving the cold was much better than if they stayed alone.
Blue inched a bit closer to Hawk but Hawk would have none of it. His natural predator's instincts kept him wary. The wind began picking up speed and each bird realized it was now or never. Friend or foe.
Blue gathered all his muster and inched closer to Hawk. Both strong, both territorial, both freezing to death. What could Hawk do?
He did what his instincts directed him to do. And alone he faced the biting cold.
The moral of the story is that together so much more can be accomplished. Every now and again it would behoove the human race to go against our instincts and do something that is for the better good of all instead of self.