A true leader tries to be one of the people whom he leads. He eats the same food and endures similar conditions and lives on similar pay. Because this way he is doing unto others that which he does unto himself. He is following the Golden Rule that people understand as friendship and love. A leader like this many people naturally trust and follow.
But when the leader gets the pay, the perks, and the benefits of a king, while the people he leads endure the conditions of the serfs. Then this is the kind of a relationship he gets with the people he leads. They neither trust nor believe in his leadership and the decisions he makes.
It’s like you can get slaves to do the work that you want. But they aren’t going to be too happy about it. And they will rebel against you, when they see an opportunity to rebel.
Concept Ninety - BMW Motorrad
Revisiting the year 1973, when the R/90S was regarded as the world’s preeminent superbike, the Concept Ninety takes the emotional spirit of the bike and infuses it with state-of-the-art technical advancements. Working back and forth from the BMW design headquarters in Munich and Sand’s workshop in Long Beach California, this collaborative effort brought about this 900 cc air-cooled flat-twin boxer engine that boasts upwards of 115 horsepower. Hand crafted from aluminum, the Concept Ninety weighs just under 190kg.
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Nelson Mandela’s only Hollywood film appearance from 1992 Malcolm X (he’s reciting from Malcolm X’s By Any Means Necessary speech but didn’t say the words, “By Any Means Necessary”)
so happy I saw this as a kid with my baba
Kurdish Sufis by Kaveh Golestan, East Kurdistan
In Kurdish we call the Kurdish Sufis Dervish, their ceremony resembles Kurdish folk dancing, as they hold hands in a vigorous beat that will have every head in the place swaying to the beautiful sound of Kurdish daff and religious chanting. Kurdish dervishi’s ceremony entails many rituals, with the primary ritual ordering it’s mystic followers to embrace Dhikr, involving the remembrance and gratitude for Allah.