HERD BEHAVIOUR IN HUMAN CULTURE
Herds and animal groups, such as humans, have different behaviour patterns to solo animals. Pigeons in a group are more relaxed than when alone. The reason is obvious, in a herd or any animal group, only one needs to pick up any warning sign, this is actively communicated, and the others respond without hesitation or question.
Life would be a whole lot easier if humans could trust their leaders in a similar way. At least those on the lookout, the thinkers, our guides, need to – at least have the ability to go panoramic at will, and at best actually enjoy the effect it has: feeling connected and real in the world, and being at peace with themselves.
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