The Grasp of Your Hand
The words that shouldn’t be forgotten at that crucial point, when the sky endeavors a new battle and chooses to testify the patience of the Leader under the conditions of a battle field are beautifully engraved in below:
Let me not crave in anxious fear to be saved
but hope for the patience to win my freedom.
Of course, empathy, thoughts and prayers from the peer around and under him can become a sweet gesture in the life so wild of the leader that it can play a vital role in dignifying the presence of a humane ground for the gentle whispers of love and support, carried throughout the organization and it turn the world. This coming from the hearts of the people, the leader is responsible for (to some extent) and yet who remain complete strangers, sometimes help the leader as well to lead in a more significant and detailed manner by connecting at the ground level with the people. By leaning on one another, it helps to hold one another up in a dignified and notable manner. It loosens the isolation of a leader and pours the beginning of new thoughts making the team a powerful and yet semantically profitable, which in turn makes the below expression of the great Bengali poet “Rabindranath Tagore” become more lively and effective in a leader’s life.
Grant that I may not be a coward,
feeling Your mercy in my success alone;
But let me find the grasp of Your hand in my failure.
“Success being shared and so being the failures” might help the team get success in the long run. Finding the grasp of each other’s hand can actually be miraculous.
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