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Wednesday, September 01, 2004

On leadership and humility and history

My first article for The Washington Dispatch was posted on that site a little while ago. Titled "George W. Bush and History", it examines the flawed perspective that the man is taking in regards to his place in history: not exactly a throwaway thing when we're dealing with the President of the United States, after all. Anyway, I've long believed that the greatest leaders were those with the most humbleness and didn't try to make more of their lives than what God has given them already. They're the ones who don't try to frame the world in reference to themselves, because they understand that they are just one small part of it, and not the whole.

Too bad that the modern American celebritocracy tolerates nobody but those who really do believe that the world revolves around themselves.