Human herds helped us get so far. We did things together: hunting, raising our children and educating them, creating values and standards, laws and boundaries.
Boundaries. A territorial expression that marks someone’s possessions – mine. We then started to grow as individuals, put up fences, shut down people, ghost our dates and feel compressed by the walls of our own limitations, whilst the herd is thriving, travelling and expanding.
But we stopped living through the herd. We want to grow individually. Let’s have a look around at the people who happen to be in our proximity. How much do we identify with them and how much space should we allow them to take in our lives?