There once was this man. He was 6'8" and 313lbs of solid muscle, with beautiful golden brown skin, long black hair, tattoos of reverence, and handsome to say the least. He was the best hunter in his tribe, everyone depended on him to eat.
He could revere this gift with gratitude and pass along the food he provided with honor and the energy of love. Everyone in his tribe could live in peace, harmony, happiness with plenty of love to go around. But he chose to not appreciate his gift. He chose to see his gift as a means to treat everyone as subordinate and pawns and to not see their gifts that were helping his game, his machine work. His wife and son were of a vulnerable stature and were terrified of him. He had turned them into shells of people dissociating from their true spirits and creativity and gifts. They, their shells still depended on the nutrients of the food he provided. The elders who were once wise now have to dissociate from their wisdom for their emaciating shells to survive. The other men, happen to be not as big as him, so he throws his weight around and beats them. They don't even have to be in his way.
The hunter feels that if his needs are met, everyone's needs are met. The hunter feels that if he is happy, everyone is happy. Until one day, he falls ill and can no longer hunt. The other men in the tribe are able to be creative and utilize their gifts to provide food with gratitude and love. His wife and child are able to release fear, regain their posture, and find their true spirits and creativity. The elders are able to retrieve their wisdom, authenticity and confidence. They only make so much effort to nurse the hunter back to health.
There came the day for the tribe to pack up and move due to weather, hunting, and their usual migratory patterns. The hunter became a weight, baggage none of them no longer wanted to bare. With their new found peace, love, harmony, and happiness they were able to discern that he and the food he provided was not healthy for the tribe. They set intention and prayed over him and left him uncovered in the elements. The hunter is now the hunted.