Supreme leadership requires the wisdom of a higher spirit, a celestial mental state of wisdom and compassion.
A spirit that’s never authoritarian and aggressive. Its a summer breeze unseen which has great impact upon the faces of many.
It refrains from preconditions of favor, garnishing no animosity to ones who dismiss it. The task of the supreme leader is not to lead, but to follow The Great Way.
The Tao has no customs, traditions and preconceived behaviors to prove one’s worth. Under sun and moon Tao reminds that all are equal.
A supreme leader understand the way of least-resistance, trampling not upon others for the sake of being called leader. Her mercy sooths and protects, giving only what’s needed and then retiring.
This impacts far more then rehearsed words of grandeur; love-less words always falls to earth and die on unfertilized soil.
The Tao and the Supreme Leader are one, as well as all under the heavens.
Guiding others to find their true natural is all it does; returning all to their original celestial state of being.
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