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Ten Concepts, book by H. H. Pope Shenouda III

47- Bad Example Image: Ducklings crossing the road, leadership صورة في موقع الأنبا تكلا: بط يعبر الشارع، القيادة Image: Ducklings crossing the road, leadership.

صورة في موقع الأنبا تكلا: بط يعبر الشارع، القيادة.

This is an offense; for others fall in errors due to imitating those examples, who -whether being leaders or colleagues- do not intend to make others fall, but they become a cause. Others may learn from their routine,

coming late to work, justifying errors, mistreating the public and delaying their work, low production, writing false or forged reports.. etc.

A person absorbs from society many things. He may absorb habits and offenses.

In this regard, we see parents and the influence on their children; for children see their fathers and mothers examples to be followed.

A stumbling block for the simple who have no discernment are those who are more experienced, more knowledgeable or higher in rank; for the simple stumble not because they criticize them but they imitate them.

Employees of low rank, when being promoted, may follow the example of his precedent and thus stumble.

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