Ever wondered why it is that the lion gets
tamed by a human in the circus?
… and not otherwise!!!
is the lion ‘inferior in muscle power’?
is the ring master a super human?
As an audience we know that neither the lion
is inferior, nor the ring master a super
Then what is it that makes the lion tamed?
… a million dollar question, isn’t it?
It is just a natural ‘inferiority’ that this lion develops
… the ‘inferiority complex’ of being a late entrant.
Here goes the Answer!
the ‘inferiority complex’ of being a ‘late entrant’
Ring master always ‘comes before’ the lion comes on
stage, which gives him the advantage of establishing
himself with the audience.
Poor lion develops a ‘subconscious inferiority’ against
the trust that the ring master enjoys, therefore, gets
* Inferiority complex, is a feeling that can arise from an imagined inferiority.
* It is often ‘subconscious’ and an ‘advanced state of discouragement’.
Doesn’t matter if the lion has
more muscle power.
Doesn’t matter if the audience enjoys
the lion’s work as much as
that of the ring master.
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