To unsheep is to unflock.

 

To unflock is to unherd.

 

To unherd is to be heard.

 

To be heard is a choice.

 

To choose is to be free.

 

To be free is to question.

 

To question is to be mindful.

 

To be mindful is to think.

 

To think is to challenge.

 

To challenge is to unconform.

 

To unconform is to not blindly follow.

 

To not blindly follow is to unsheep.

Unsheep? What does that even mean? Obviously, the opposite of sheep. A metaphor wrapped in an analogy, wrapped in a figure of speech. Or a person, creature, or thinking being who is not a sheep. One who chooses the road less travelled. One who understands that less is more. One who values time. One who speaks their mind. One who understands quality over quantity. One who respects function over form. One who trusts their instincts. One who refuses to blindly follow. One who is not a sheep.

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