The Humility of Servant Leaders

‘1. Humble Leaders Lead by Listening.

2. Humble Leaders Never Stop Learning.

3. Humble Leaders Don’t Seek Power; It Seeks Them.

4. Humble Leaders Unite – They Don’t Divide.

5. Humble Leaders Delegate.

6. Humble Leaders Forgive.

7. Humble Leaders Admit Mistakes.

8. Humble Leaders Separate Themselves From the Office/Position They Occupy.

9. Humble Leaders Pull-Not-Push- Their Team Members.

10. Humble Leaders Pursue Causes Greater Than Themselves.’

Source: The Humility of Servant Leaders

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Two Types of Dreamers — Lonely Blue Boy

There are two types of dreamers: the first is very sensitive but creative and the second is very secretive but adaptive, and I think I am capable of being both.

via Two Types of Dreamers — Lonely Blue Boy

As a new day begins…Posted by Don Merritt-loaded 4 September 2017

 

 

As a new day begins…

Posted by Don Merritt   September 3, 2017

Posted in: Christian Life.

…each of us will face its challenges. There will be circumstances that develop, circumstances over which we may not have any control, circumstances that we simply cannot fix or that are bigger and stronger than we are. Some will surmount those situations and circumstances; others will be swept up by them which will it be for you?

There were two boats sailing in the bay. A stiff wind swept into the area blowing in the direction of the rocks and away from the harbor. The pilot of one of the boats was taken closer and closer to the rocks, its pilot having great difficulty controlling his course as the wind blew him closer and closer to disaster. Yet the pilot of the other boat adjusted his sails and set his course against the wind toward the safe harbor, for he knew that a good sailor can use the wind and sail against it. The minutes went by as one boat approached its end on the rocks and the other approached the safe harbor…

[Source: A New Day Begins ]Posted by Don Merritt   September 3, 2017

Pink Floyd- Learning to fly

Some get the chance – I did

Published on Jul 18, 2014

The official promo video for ‘Learning To Fly’ by Pink Floyd, taken from the album ‘A Momentary Lapse Of Reason’

From 1987, A Momentary Lapse of Reason is the first album featuring the later 3 piece line-up of David Gilmour, Nick Mason and Richard Wright.

The album was re-mastered in 2011. Go to http://www.whypinkfloyd.com for more details.
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Imprint (Tanka-Haiku Hybrid) JUNE 3, 2017, 21 June 2017

 

Oft times I ponder
on lives my cold mind has touched
my darkness, my light
my struggle as wind through stone
did I make my troubles theirs?

feeding minds as crumbs
to angels and demons same
while my eyes turned blind

Oft I’m reminded
of that coin’s two-sided grin
those smiles and the tears
the darkness of long gone years
and the flip that favored me

I can only pray
to impart more light than dark
as my imprint brands…

Written by Matthew – 2016
© 2016 This Mortal Flesh
Photo: www.freeimages.com

 

 

Source:https://reluctantprophetspeaks.wordpress.com/2017/06/

Nature has no boss

A male Lark Sparrow pokes about in the short desert grasses of Western Colorado. A unique sparrow and thankfully one that is easy to identify correctly. If you have any good tips or a process you follow to identify sparrow they would sure be welcome.

via Lark Sparrow — nature has no boss

Eyes + Words-each picture a post

Featuring ‘This is it”

 

‘This is it,’ she

whispers. ‘This is where I

shed my fears.’ Spreading her

arms out, she closes her eyes.

‘This is where I disappear.’

Written by Jacob Ibrag

 

 

 

 

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