Scott Crosby Posted almost 2 years ago How many of us want any of us to see us as we really are? I believe it's natural to develop an image for society. We all have a desire to be closer to the top of the pyramid. If you take time to study a small tribe you will find that the social acceptance is largely based on what can be seen. And that acceptance - often times - can mean life or death. I would certainly agree that there are many negative implications in our attempts to be socially accepted. It's important to consider the implications for why we behave the way we do. The question is, "do you want to survive"?