DOTS - Moses had followers that believed that God had...

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Elizabeth Mishler October 1, 2007 AVF-1 DOTS Assignment Leadership Looking at the handout, there is a large cluster of dots surrounding the entire left and top side of the sheet of paper. There is one lone dot placed in the bottom right corner of the paper that is isolated from all the rest of the dots. I interpreted this picture to be a leader speaking to its people. The lone dot is the leader while the rest of the dots are their followers. There are many leaders through out time that have changed history with their speeches. Their followers hang on to their every word in hopes that their wishes will become fulfilled by this one person. I think that this dot represents all leaders throughout time that have changed history with a single speech.
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Unformatted text preview: Moses had followers that believed that God had chosen him to lead the Jews out of Egypt. This picture could be representative of Moses speaking to his people telling them not to be afraid; God is with them. Another famous speech that instilled hope in people was Abraham Lincolns Gettysburg Address. The speech lets the American people know that their dead will never be forgotten; that their loved ones did not die in vain but instead fought to keep the nation together. These are two examples of how leaders have brought hope to their followers through their words and actions. I have interpreted the dots handout to be representative of all leaders throughout time, bringing hope to their people....
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