For the past few years, I’ve had a student whose last name is Wolfinger. I refer to him as “Dedo del Lobo” or in English “Finger of the Wolf”. Obviously this translation is completely incorrect because wolves don’t have any fingers. So I looked up the origin of the name Wolfinger and it comes from the German meaning “a person from the area of Wolfing”. Of course my student did not know the origins of his own name. Despite the fact that people have become very self-interested with the advent of the internet. It seems odd that we don’t spend a little more time to find out where we come from.
Going back to my student, wolves definitely don’t have fingers but they do have packs. That is the strength of the wolf. They protect themselves from enemies and hunt more efficiently because of the pack. We used to have packs too. Families, villages and teams used to mean a little bit more than they do now. At the moment, the individual seems more interested in what they can get from the pack than what they can give to the pack. The key factor to the effective pack is that the pack is more important than the individual. No one is more important than everyone.
Perhaps it is time for you to invest in your own wolf-pack. Maybe you need to rediscover your family because you’ve gotten too caught up in you. Or it is possible that need something different than what your given wolf-pack can provide. If that is true, you might want to use the internet to find a new wolf-pack that offers you the things that you need. The one key thing to remember as you join a pack is to figure out what you have to offer the pack in return for what you get from the pack.