Belonging

We are made to fear everything by key design and our survival instinct is telling us there is safety in numbers. So we identify ourselves with a group and instinctively try to fit in by purchasing our reality of acceptance.

I once heard someone say: “Thank God for Harley Davidson, because it gives those fat and hairy beer-belly slobs something to be a part of”. She was holding an imitation Louis Vuitton hand bag, her face exudating Botox, and was on her way to the tanning salon.

A very happy new year to all.

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About Mauro Metallo

A Writer and Photographer equally at home in Italy and in Canada.

2 responses to “Belonging”

  1. 47whitebuffalo says :

    Insecurity rules all the we wanna be a groupers.
    Fear to be themselves dominates their pysches.
    What a torturous way to exist.

  2. Imants says :

    Think 1977 Ducati 900SS

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