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Gentlemen, we are men of experience. Self-interest is immutable, but its dictates vary daily.

Sara Hess, Deadwood, s02e10

Stewardship

Hermetic Library fellow T Polyphilus reviews Stewardship: Choosing Service Over Self Interest by Peter Block:

Peter Block's Stewardship

 

A call for reform in commercial management, full of important ideas regarding leadership dynamics in any organization, this book emphasizes a model of participatory leadership that is “democratic” in spirit, without requiring the stereotypical trappings of democratic governance or exposure to their perils. [via]

 

 

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“the ‘Threats of Hell and Hopes of Paradise,’ that form so large a part of the teachings of the world’s Religions, dimly expressing only, behind the appeal to base self-interest, the existence of a Law of perfect Justice”

The Law of Righteousness. By Ananda Maitriya. (Allan Bennett)

“the ‘Threats of Hell and Hopes of Paradise,’ that form so large a part of the teachings of the world’s Religions, dimly expressing only, behind the appeal to base self-interest, the existence of a Law of perfect Justice” [via]