Human beings were made for relationships with their Creator and with other people. How do we enjoy life without love, family, fellowship, sharing etc.? Without relationships, we do not even discover fully who we are.
Yes, humans have always had a pack mentality. It's one of the key parts of our evolution that helps us survive as a species.
Yes. I consider it a 'necessity to living life'. Otherwise you're only surviving. A relationship is a normal desire that requires daily effort, but always worth it all:) at times it may be difficult but that's so we can become stronger. I would dare to say it's how were created and it is meant to be that way.
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