The military strategist Arjuna was put into a deep crisis as a great war was brewing 5,000 years ago in India. He asked his charioteer, Krishna, to advance forward so he could better see his enemies.
In this civil war, Arjuna realized that in order to restore just rule, to win wealth, to even survive the war, he had to personally fight his kinsmen.
Yet, because he tried to understand the plot instead of simply playing his role, his crisis of leadership is an instructive one for us today. In our divided world, society, and minds, do you simply beat the war drums at a comfortable distance or do you confront your greatest challenges?
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