The Illusion of Strength from Unity is often misleading.
Truth, when discovered, whether by searching or by stumbling is self-evident until tested.
Leadership is a subliminal trait claimed by the ancients to be possessed by those who choose to live their lives in a natural, loving way and who esteem scholarship and creativity over the approval of others.
To label one’s self is to limit one’s self. “I am a Leader.” is always a lie, whether spoken to others or simply to one’s self.
Unity of protection of free choice of one’s goals provides service to one and all. Unity of shared wealth serves best those who govern.
When birds fly, when ants forage, when religions are born, when governments collapse, there is a principle involved; it has nothing to do with education, intelligence, with social history or for that matter, any noticeable measure of sanity. It is present in all group activity. It requires only the most basic instinctual fragment of decision making. The leader of the pack “says” North, South, East or West. The pack members notice only the constituent to the left or the right and follow the observed movements. With starlings it is called murmeration. With cattle it is hanging out with the herd with bees it is buzzin’ with yer buddies and with people it is the nod of a hundred heads to the command “Let’s get’er done.”
by Lee Broom.