We are all, whether we like it or not, part of a group. Included or excluded from birth, we are born into groups, inherit a family name, a cultural level, a network of relationships and, according to Bourdieu, are shaped by a so-called cultural heritage. This heritage also significantly shapes the strategies we develop in the course of our lives to strive for goals. Later, we choose to belong to a group or decide against it. But always the confrontation with it influences our being. The group shapes our identity. My biography is saturated with many changes of place and the repeated situations of adapting to new group contexts. From this imprint comes the interest in the question of what makes a group, what its characteristics and rituals are, how the individuals in the group relate to each other.