The iceberg illusion........
When you look at people who are successful,
you see an image, a mirror.
People react to that image.
Successful people who are authentic,
don't have to proof anything.
They live their life in a way that is good for them
and they will help others to be successful as well.
How we react to them says something about us,
not about them.
We can see them as an inspiration
or we can see them as a guru.
If we see them as a guru,
then we give our power away.....
and most likely we will get hurt,
not as a punishment,
but to feel our power again.
We have the choice to be a victim
or to be our own 'guru'.
Nelson Mandela became a leader, a successful man.
He was not a 'holy' man.....
he did things in his life that were not good.
There was a lot of hurt in him and he projected this.
He had to take responsibility
and used his jail time to heal, learning patience
He forgave and was forgiven and became a leader.
How was it for his followers? Did they heal
or did they show success without healing.....
In South Africa there is still corruption.....
How can you stay in your lane
if people let you believe there is a time limit,
that you have to be as......
I don't believe Nelson Mandela wanted
people to be who he was....
I believe, he, like Ghandi,
showed us to 'Be the change you want to see in this world'.
They showed us to lead by example.
Dealing with the past
takes time, sacrifices and determination.
You only can take this path if you have a vision...