Good day. A lot of us are familiar with the term 'the hunter becomes the hunted'. Well..it creates vast dramatization among the listeners, and additionally, once you know it regularly affects your daily life, you will be more intrigued.
Among the animals, humans are acclaimed as the most superior. We have intellect beyond all the animals (except some), and we tend to possess spiritual attributes that can be improved over time. Humans rule our habitat, and influence our lives in ways uncountable. We humans are the change makers, and this makes us the wolf. Some of us show our strength with money, fame and power, and some of us lurk in the shadows and never reveal themselves. We are a pack of 8 billion, and it makes us even more superior.
But sometimes, the curtain falls and darkness descends. We are faced with situations uncontrollable. We try to look for help, and don't receive any. We are often (mentally) bruised and battered and feel dead inside. We become weak, enfeebled by worldly power. Others become the wolves beyond wolves. Some of us don't bear any strength at all, and we lead ordinary lives with what we have. We yield, to survive. That makes us, the sheep.
So why am I discussing this? To cut the chase, life is not possible with only one role. If you are an wolf, at some point of life you have to become the sheep and vice versa. In my opinion, you become a wolf as soon as you realize you are a sheep. Life will give us enormous challenges, and even the most ferociousof the wolves cannot win. We all are sheep, undoubtedly flawed; but once you ask for the superiors, you feel... unearthly. They guide you like they are guiding the whole flock, and soon these flocks become packs. The practitioners find the inner wolves among themselves, and ignite them just in time to face the world. Yet, the core remains the core: our deities. They provide immense strength and durability, and that is when you become the hunter, and not the hunted.
So, life has many doors open, and it is you who will decided to live in the role of either the wolf or the sheep. I hope I could be coherent. Thank you and blessed be.