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Spiritual Leadership

Consider two recent images: One image is of our president, tautly engaged and oddly displaced, as he watches half a world away while his orders to kill Osama Bin Laden are carried out before his own eyes in real time. There’s an eerie surrealism to it: a president close enough to this execution as to be splattered with the digital blood of a virtual but real foe. We don’t see the hated terrorist who ended up little more than a ghost amid the dust and rubble of a decade of warfare. We don’t have to see him.The second image is a snippet of video focused on a beagle in the village of Minami Soma, a few miles from the stricken Fukushima Daiichi plant in Japan. The people were forced to evacuate, leaving behind everything—including their pets. The beagle is tied to a post, left to die from radiation and starvation. As rescuers and film crews make their way through the abandoned town, they are greeted by packs of dogs, skeletal and furtive. One dog circles nervously in place, torn between running away and guarding a fellow pack member, who is lying still on the ground next to him, already dead.In these images …

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