Wednesday, December 10, 2008

We're Following the Leader Wherever He May Go

Finishing up the book, Julius Caesar by Willaim Shakespeare, I learned that following the leader is not always the best idea.
Brutus, a powerful man with many allies, was followed closely. He was the leader of the pack. But not all of his ideas to better the country were the best. Marc Antony, a noble
follower of Caesar's, remained loyal to Caesar even after his death. A good leader is loyal, reliable, and trustworthy. Antony was all of these and more. He was not afraid to put down Brutus when he knew his ways were wrong. Antony, a humble man, was not embarassed to be the head but was careful with his position.
To me, Marc Antony proved to be the best leader.

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