From the preacher, operating in the shadows using fear as a recruitment tool, to the subtlety of peer approval. Some people impose their opinions and are reassured by having like-minded souls in the same boat.
While others, find group membership limiting and prefer to take the risk of thinking for themselves; they prioritise the idea above the person saying it, and see life more like a game of chess.
When the music plays people forget their differences, and their worries – but you can’t catch the deluge in a paper cup. So, when the record stops, the question remains; is it your move, or theirs?