Need For A Healthy Cynicism Of Leadership

I wrote about what to do when those you look up to let you down a while ago. One of the most obvious things in that post hides in plain sight. In the title of the post. Do you see it? The thing I’m talking about is the fact that leaders or heroes can let you down. That you, as a leader are fallible and have the capacity to fail. That you can let people down. I’m wondering if we now need for a healthy dose of cynicism in leadership.

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Zimbabwe Elections: Could Voting For Zanu-Pf ‘Legitimise’ Army Involvement In Politics And Government?

After almost four decades of Zanu-Pf rule in Zimbabwe, the southern African nation is at the threshold of defining elections in many ways. Zimbabwe will know that the stakes are high. There’s no Zimbabwean I know who doesn’t seek the prosperity of this former bread basket of Southern Africa. On the eve of probably the most significant elections since independence, people relive and analyse the climax of rallies. Every party and ‘leader’ making a case to be the people’s choice.

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Truth As A Personal Compass And Means Of Changing The World

“On truth as a personal compass and means of changing the world” as a title already sounds somewhat philosophical. A topic that seems evasive as its subject. What does it even mean? And, what is truth, anyway. Many philosophers and normal people since the beginning of humanity have wrestled with what truth is. No doubt some people have asked and will ask, “What is truth?”.

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