Harmony and cohesion are a strange thing, both interact and yet one springs from the other. The positive cohesion of a group often forms a harmonic effect, whereby a goal can usually be achieved faster and more effectively. Harmony is probably similar to blind understanding, which can make it more difficult for a stranger to communicate with a group of people that is surrounded by something like harmony. This can create an impression of rejection, which ultimately can only be understood through self-protection of the persons concerned. We humans usually defend what has a positive effect for us without thinking about the fact that the circumstances were often not different for us in the past. The price of “being better” is often underpinned by one’s own life path, but it should be clear that one distorts oneself if what is said does not match what one has experienced.