Wednesday, 3 March 2010

Wise leaders?

If one leader had true wisdom.

They'd quit.

6 comments:

surjit said...

Yes,it is true.But unfortunately,quite reverse is happening in today's world.

Ta-Wan said...

Yes indeed. Wise do not lead.

One who chooses to lead is far from wise and I feel that their desire for leasdership should be reason enough for us to see that they should not be allowed the position.

Doug '1Yogi2Many' McMillan said...

Yes, true enough . . true wisdom being liberation...

Of course the liberated are not of a 'political' persuasion. The word 'Politic' is derived from 'polite', which politicians attempt to be, whilst cutting each other down with words and gestures derived from the ignorance of their conditioned personality.

The liberated mind may, or may not, be polite in any given situation... either way they're free of ignorance.

Perhaps liberation is for the individual alone, presently it appears NOT to be available to the 'masses', why? Because they do not exist. Only the individual can move beyond their conditioning and into liberation . . .

Hey, it's all as it's meant to be though, otherwise it would be different ;-)

Ta-Wan said...

Yes they make for an amusing show if nothing else.

The Rambling Taoist said...

I've always thought that the best leaders are people who don't want to lead and, if offered the job, would try to refuse it. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. comes to mind.

Rizal Affif said...

Hahahahaha... I feel the same thing when I saw the news about politics on TV recently :)