You know, there were certain times within my teen and preteen years when I dreamt of fitting in, dreamt of being accepted and embraced by the herd. Thankfully, nothing specifically came of it 😆.The need to engage in a culture of vērācitās and awareness was just too strong and as I passaged through my 20th Summer, that desire to compromise, to join an alien (to me) culture never came back. Still, today it got me thinking. Just how much of us, any one of us, is lost when we DO get assimilated into the herd. In the process of being "accepted" and becoming "acceptable", we are ourselves processed. Almost necessarily we end up acting, behaving and eventually thinking in a manifoldly different way to who we truly are as a sovereign. In a sea of sameness and orthodoxy, the colonising, socialising cookie-cutter that molds, chops a good section of self off in the process. So beware your local herd today! As it happens I hear they are after new members. In the name and honour of all those lost to herdism😀, I choose to become self-actualised to the fullest, towards spaces and places I don't even know exist yet, to become radically free. I hope you will join me. PS: tell your friends, nearest and dearest about herdism, it's a trap 😂. (Lovin’ my live-in Organic wrap by @. Thanks Guys).