Everything we do teaches something to someone.
When this thought first entered my mind many years ago, I didn’t appreciate how true and difficult a reality it would turn out to be. Especially in this world of “always on”, one can feel stressed having to measure every thought, word or action. On the other hand, if I live with this knowledge as a tool in my hand, my “everything I do” can be a source of blessing and help to others. And it makes me more responsible and mature. Good leaders are happy to shoulder this burden.