The wolf gets a bad rap. The wolf has become a nice scapegoat symbol for a lot of peoples religious ideas and also in how they describe other people. Now it is understandable that since we have a primal attitude towards predatory animals being our enemy (some would say its written in our DNA), we have a long history of making them into spooky and ghostly mysterious beings. This is because they have/had better eyesight in the dark than our ancestors (we obviously have better technology to assist us today); thus giving them the better advantage. Our ancestors, understandably so, made some of these animals into carnivorous devils for our myths (namely the wolf). In this day and time, knowledge is vast and we must not fall prey to marginal interpretations of ancient wisdom whenever that same interpretation demonizes or teaches us to demonize something we do not understand or fear.
I submit that we should use the wolf as a higher self symbol and not the sheep. The wolf is an excellent animal in it's own right. We should not make the wolf represent our undesirable nature. We should respect the wolf as a Higher Self as in our Native American culture.
For the sake of our symbols: a wolf is leadership, innovation, and motivation. A sheep is lazy, lethargic, and does not show as much purpose as the wolf. Humans are predators and so are wolves. Humans may share eating vegetation with the sheep, but we are more wolf than sheep. There is absolutely nothing wrong with that. DEOZI! For Artwork Services Contact: email@example.com
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