Wolves are known to have a high level of intelligence. The wolf has the capacity to express a wide range of EMOTIONS including; CARING, LOVE, LOYALTY, SADNESS, WORRY, GRIEF, JOY and HUMOR. Unlike human’s, wolf expressions are always genuine, reflecting their inner truths. Wolves are truly SOCIAL animals.
Native Americans have learned a great deal from the wolf. When the wolf obtains food the young and old are assured food. The young because they see the importance of the next generation. The old because of RESPECT and LOYALTY. The wolf has strong COMMUNITY VALUES.
The wolf exhibits the COOPERATION FOR LIVING TOGETHER in the COMMUNITY. They demonstrate the importance of SOCIAL STRUCTURE, the RESPECT to leaders and mentors. The Native Americans respected and honored the wolves LOYALTY to the extended family.
The wolf became known as the PATHFINDER because of their MENTORING. The leader restores HARMONY to the group through LEARNED BEHAVIORS of body postures, facial expressions and vocal sounds.
In wolf societies the ageing wolf is valued for their KNOWLEDGE and EXPERIENCE. They are often selected to be MENTORS to the younger wolves in educating and teaching. THE LEADERS ALSO GIVE REFRESHER COURSES TO THE ADULT WOLVES TO MAKE SURE EVERY WOLF KNOWS HOW TO BEHAVE AROUND THE YOUNG IMPRESSIONABLE PUPS.
THE LONG MESSAGE HERE IS TO ADOPT THE VALUES OF THE WOLF AT WORK AND AT HOME. SHARE YOUR KNOWLEDGE, LOYALTY, RESPECT WITH YOUR COMMUNITY AT WORK AND AT HOME. BE THE WOLF THAT YOU CAN BE. ENJOY THE BENEFITS OF BEING WOLF-LIKE.
Ron Winnegrad has been a Perfumer and teacher for 46 years. As a perfumer, Ron has been able to express the world he sees through a rainbow of olfactive and emotive visions. As a teacher, Ron has helped others to see fragrance through his own multi sensorial lens.