I attended Wayne Dyer’s presentation in Toronto on 28th April 2008. He spoke about his book Living the Wisdom of the Tao.
I am quoting from this book. Lets see what a philosopher, Lao-tzu, said in the 17th verse of Tao Te Ching some 2500 year ago about the Leaders.
With the greatest leader above then, people barely know one exists.
Next comes one whom they love and praise.
Next comes one whom they fear.
Next comes one whom they despise and defy.
When a leader trusts no one, no one trusts him.
The great leader speaks little.
He never speaks carelessly.
He works without self-interest and leaves no trace.
When all is finished, the people say, “We did it ourselves.”
In the case of this post, we got to keep in mind that verse talks about ‘greatest leader’. I think- there are still people who exhibit such qualities and making people’s life better. What you think? What did your interpretation of this verse?
Thank you and have a wonderful day!