For want of a nail, a horseshoe was lost. For want of a horseshoe, a war steed was unable. For want of a war steed, the commander went unnoticed. For want of a commander, The battle was not fought. For want of battle the war was lost
- Chinese Proverb
Simple questions.... hard answers.
Should one remove all ego to live without want, in solace, gleaning from this world only what he requires in order to reach a higher self, that he may be seen as good?
Should one hone this ego to assuage the want of responsibility and palatable purpose for the sole opportunity to gain the position that enables man to exude servant leadership to aid the masses, that he may be known as good?
Two paths, your choice. Who are you