Heart of the man and leader

“A day or a year, a man either knows his heart or he does not.” – Titus, Spartacus “Gods of the Arena”

While I kinda enjoy the drama of the show, the speeches from the show are quite moving, especially when set in antiquity setting. This particular one seems quite apt in several ways. At the end of it all, a man needs to know the aim of his heart. No amount of deliberation will prepare him if his heart is not set on the course of his life. A leader, my friend wrote in his paper, needs to constantly ponder and examine the purpose and mission of his life, thus when upon by dilemmia, he knows where his compass is pointed…

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