From “The Human Condition: A User’s Manual” by Arnold Kunst
Imagine this: there’s a banquet to start soon in, say, Buckingham Palace. In attendance are the most powerful leaders of the world, all standing around drinking cocktails in a large reception area just outside the banquet room. Then someone who’s never been elected dog catcher commands everyone’s attention. They all, like sheep, quiet down and he tells them to come in because they’re ready to start.
Why are they like sheep? Because at that moment he’s the only person in that whole group who’s moving with a sense of purpose.
Maybe you and I - who have not been elected dog catcher either - should move with a similar sense of purpose?