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Sunday, March 21, 2010

The Road to Hell

"Judge me not by the results of my actions but on the intentions of my actions."
Actually I do not know if anyone has spoken those words out loud but it would appear as if those thoughts were a popular theme among many. Especially those who are in ownership of tremendous failure. It would seem that this train of thought is held dear by some in roles of leadership. However, "a leader cannot follow behind people, tail between his legs sniffing for their momentary whims and wishes, whining to follow them this way and that as they ramble through life. Those people are the most looking for a leader. They are looking for a master. . . and one will find them."
"A true leader forges a clear path through a moral wilderness so that people may see the way." He must find a correctly reasoned course to be a true leader of a free people.
The greatest harm can result from the best intentions.
OR as the old man used to tell me. . .
"The Road to Hell is Paved with good intentions."


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