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    'To become a tall leader one doesn't cut down others.' Do you accept this or not?

    In the present day politics, abusing all his/her opponent parties and leaders of the present as well as the past, day and out is the common procedure for all politicians. They are not leaving even the Father of the Nation Mahatma Gandhi, great patriots like Jawaharlal Nehru or Sardar Patel for their political gains. With no real knowledge of the past situation, based on their political affiliation political parties are degrading the image of past great National Indian warriors. Is it necessary for the present day politicians to show themselves as great tall leaders heinously cutting down the image of great legendary leaders of the past?
  • #659971
    Some people are capable and worthy of becoming a good leader. They do not believe in cutting others down. They will with their work will get recognition in the society and public and will reach the top of the ladder.

    Unfortunately, in present scenario, such leaders are a few only and most of the others are thriving by letting others down.

    This has made the politics a very dirty place where everyone is looking for opportunity to let down others rather than doing something goid for the welfare of the society or public.

    Knowledge is power.

  • #659975
    If a tall leader stands beside other leaders, the other leaders will automatically become shorter. This is a relative phenomenon.

    A real tall leader will always remain tall. Shorter leaders can't make him/her short.

    Come on, have a fight. Don't shoot and scoot.

  • #659988
    This is a beautiful quote. And I don't know who you wanted to refer through this but I remember our PM Modiji mocking Rahul Gandhi as dyslexic. He was essentially cutting others down to rise. A student was explaining him that the new smart way of teaching is proven to be great to teach dyslexic children. Modi replied ,"Is it useful for children over 40?" We all know who he was referring to. World is condemning him for such act.
    The stronger a light shines the darker are the shadows around it.

  • #659991
    A person who is really worthy enough need not abuse others to show that he is big. No mature person will do it in normal life. But people who don't have the required capabilities and who can't digest the growth of other people will do such activities.
    But in politics these days everybody is trying to talk bad about others. There is no exemption to that. Some people who are immature are trying to cut short the big leaders by using certain issues which were already dispensed away by even the Supreme court also as no-nonsense cases.
    Sometimes a mature leader will also get irritated and may try to abuse the other person as the attempts of the other leaders are becoming too much. This is all the game of politics. The voters will decide who is a tall leader for them and who is a short leader for them.

    always confident

  • #659992

    No life without Sun

  • #660002
    I agree with the view of the point made by the author. But it should be applicable to all. The real problem lies only when those people who are in power (let it be any political party) try to highlight the leaders of their own choice and ignore the other great leaders. The earth is always round. It would be the turn of the other one who gets the chance and we should not forget the fact that every coin has two sides.

  • #660006
    Short leaders will never grow tall, but tall leaders always grow taller and become the tallest. The short leaders should understand this fact and act and never attempt to cut tall leaders.
    No life without Sun

  • #660058
    Most of the leaders are accused to cut short the others whether they are in their own party or outside.

    This is a unhealthy thing and in fact exposes such leaders and with time their subordinates will start deserting them.

    Thoughts exchanged is knowledge gained.

  • #660136
    Pulling someone down is never appreciable nor acceptable. Politicians must stick to discussing policy making and various other political issues but not on the personal level. It is a degrading attitude, but the politicians find many takers, and that's why the whole practice of cutting other leaders down is in vogue. General people must ridicule such brainless comments every time then only the leaders who engage in belittling others will learn to change their attitude.

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