Having to Be In Control, is not the same as Being Strong

In fact, it's most often a weakness, especially if it's a habitual behavior that operates below the level of awareness.

Any pattern, any habit, any recurring pattern that you operate in your life, without being aware that you are actually doing it, is a weakness, even if the person who is running their life on these patterns, appear to be in a position of power and strength.

Last night I watched The Long Walk of Nelson Mandela.  It showed how he went within himself in Robin Island Prison to build his character, so that he forced his warders to respect him.

He was in a perceived position of weakness and yet he flipped the roles by focusing on his inner power.

A great example of how easily perceived power can crumble. Especially if those in control are operating from an unexamined and unaware basis.

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