Thursday, March 13, 2008

Leadership in War

All of the negative emotions human beings are capable of experiencing are amplified and magnified one hundred fold in war. That man (or woman) who can contain that metamorphosis or magnification can soon arrive at a place called self-mastery, though he (or she) might be left with the wounds, pains and scars of war not visible to the naked eye.

Any leader of men must suffer in the crucible of affliction to truly understand the needs and desperation's of those whom he represents, guides, uplifts and inspires.

Leadership can be very lonely and very painful at times.

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