A Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing
Judge not the sheep with claws and fangs like a wolf.
Judge not the sheep that stalks the herd.
Judge not the sheep with bloodstains in its wool.
Judge not the bloody sheep pleading its innocence.
Judge not the sheep with claws and fangs who claims – even believes – it is a sheep like any other.
Judge not that sheep, for, having adopted the role, it has come to understand itself as a sheep and, to persuade it otherwise, is cruel.
Judge not that sheep since each sheep is a bit peculiar.
Judge not that sheep since it’s peculiarity is that which makes it unique, like all other sheep are unique.
Judge not that sheep with claws and fangs like a wolf and bloodstains in its wool, for, with very few exceptions, it displays all the characteristics of what it believes itself to be.
Judge not that sheep, since it hasn’t been you that’s gone missing from the flock. So why does it matter if it’s a sheep or a wolf?