Leadership has a price. It has to be paid for in money and blood. Primitive men who lived before there were rulers must have been devoid of worry lines. They would have been in full control of their own lives and happier for it. They would not have been indebted to the king. They would have been truly free men albeit perhaps lacking a vision of their future. Peaceful but without purpose. Then accepting leadership when it was offered became a trade-off. Security at the price of subservience. My primitive head through treatment of his expression of contentment, reflects an age that came before allegence, a time before commitment to a leader, a time before the politics that came with that… A time – Before there were Kings.