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Re: Fair selection

Posted by alexandra_k on March 2, 2020, at 2:22:47

In reply to Re: Fair selection, posted by alexandra_k on March 2, 2020, at 2:18:18

group or pack people have a hard time being accepting of difference.

when safety comes from blending in and hiding amongst others who are indistiguishable there can be a tendancy to ostracise or even gang up on people who appear other or different. whether they be part of a different tribe or group or gang, or whether they be individuals.

i find it hard interacting with people when it is not interaction amongst free and equal persons.

i find most people ostracise me as different because i don't want to be part of their pack.

elephants are group animals. but i think of them as... stately. and of course cats are social than many people think, they are just social more on their own terms... sniff. i imagine a puppy bouncing up to a cat being all friendly like or wanting to play would likely have a similar reception to a group of monkeys approaching an elephant.




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