[…] like any human practices, those of religions are not exempt from ethical questioning. Rituals and rites in groups change behavior, sometimes for the better, sometimes for the worse. For the madness of crowds is a very close cousin to the fervor or congregations and the martial spirit of armies.
To live in a city, one must be larger than one’s environment or enjoy belonging to the crowd.
Crowd is just a bunch of heads, it is their leader who is the mind.
Never follow the crowd….Until and unless you’re crossing the road…
If you don’t want to be average, don’t rush into doing what the crowd is doing
If the other two hearings draw a crowd like this, I’ll be very pleased.
It is harder than most because of the crowd. But there’s Florida and other places, too.
It’s still fun to come to games, and it’s still fun to be in the Seattle crowd.
We are urging them to avoid large crowds and gatherings.
There were three of us in this marriage, so it was a bit crowded.
Does the mind come with beign human, or is it just a bonus some have?!