Why Fraternities and Sororities Exist
The place you envision really does exist.
What/Who “HOLDS YOU BACK” from reaching your full potential?
Do your research and ponder yonder.
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Well, you see, what had happened was, I was looking for an image that represented the idea of this post, but whenever we enter content, it first requires a short entry of some form to start with, so I cut and pasted this notice above, which was saved on the clipboard from a comment that I posted an hour or so ago, and I forgot what it was until I clicked the save draft button that displays the HTML code.
I do know that it is said that nothing truly happens on accident, and many times I agree, so for the past six or so years, I have been asking myself questions about why things are the way they are and the reason why things exist in the first place, and what I find most interesting is that many of the things that exist have little if any actualÂ information regarding the exact reasons why and their actual origins, and are usually Â just shown as things that people do, because its the in thing to do, meaning its what they saw an individual or group doing and wanted to do in order to fit in with the group or flock.
The term herd mentality is derived from the word “herd”, meaning group of animals, and “mentality”, implying a certain frame of mind. However the most succinct definition would be: how large numbers of people act in the same ways at the same times.
Herd behavior is distinguished from herd mentality because it applies to all animals, whereas the term â€œmentalityâ€ implies a uniquely human phenomenon. Herd mentality implies a fear-based reaction to peer pressure which makes individuals act in order to avoid feeling â€œleft behindâ€ from the group. Herd mentality is also a part of “mob mentality.”
I will keep this one breif, as I still have research to do on the matter as well as other matters to attend to today.
On Wikipedia, it states the following.
Most Greek letter organizations are social organizations, presenting themselves as societies to help their members better themselves in a social setting.
My theory is that like anything else, it began as something simple, like perhaps there was a time whereÂ the Kool Kids, found a need to separate themselves from the Squares, in order to move forward and not be stuck in a comfort zone which often winds up turning into a trap.