Deference

Limiting my freedom in order not to offend the tastes of those whom God has called me to serve (Romans 14:21)

The very life of a timber wolf depends upon its ability to show deference. If an “underling” asserts itself in any way, the leader will attack it in fury until the offending wolf offers its neck as an acknowledgment that it offended by putting itself first.

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