My Personal Favorite Sheep Cartoon

"Flock Yourselves" cartoon by nakedpastor David Hayward
“Flock Yourselves” cartoon by nakedpastor David Hayward


This is my personal favorite sheep cartoon.

It has offended some people because it’s swearing. But it’s not swearing. The sheep said “flock”!

But you get the idea.

You see, this sheep discovered that the best way to live life is to NOT follow the herd. Or, in this case, flock.

When I decided to venture out on my own, to find my own self, my own life, my own journey, and my own way of being in the world, it necessarily meant what looked like a rejection of the crowd.

Do you know what I mean? It’s one of the most difficult but also one of the most important and even necessary things we can do.

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3 Replies to “My Personal Favorite Sheep Cartoon”

  1. Oops – for some reason what I am about tor write appeared in the wrong place before. Apologies about that – please delete it elsewhere if you think it appropriate to do so. Here’s what I wrote:

    Oh people got offended over you writing “flock”? Or was it because of your rejection and that they were trying to make out that you writing that word was the issue and not something they were collectively doing but not admitting to?

    How about this one. I talk sometimes about perichoresis. A Wikipedia definition of the term is:
    “The relationship of the Triune God is intensified by the relationship of perichoresis. This indwelling expresses and realizes fellowship between the Father and the Son. It is intimacy. Jesus compares the oneness of this indwelling to the oneness of the fellowship of his church from this indwelling.”

    I won’t say where I was going with the “indwelling” but doing so has earned me the reputation of blasphemer in some circles.

    Hey, I’m in good company ;).

  2. Who do you think you are, Jesus? Do you remember this? “”Why do you call me good?” Jesus answered. “No one is good–except God alone.”

    Maybe it’s time to speak to your psychiatrist about a messianic complex.

    Don’t worry, there are good medications and therapies around for that kind of thing these days ;).


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