The howl of a lone wolf isn't for pain or domination. It is the cry for companionship
It is family coming together in one purpose. To track and find and feast and frolic
The lone wolf is the one who wants into the pack but hasn't learned the rules of sharing.
The joy of taking care of each other as friend and as family.
We need that lone wolf but we also need the pack to help us through the hard times
and to celebrate the easy times. The howl of the wolf pack is not the cry of danger but the sound of the choir.
Singing alone will always matter
but crying alone
calls for the love of the pack.