"Leading the Way: From Heaven to Hell, Football Fields to Cathedrals" In a captivating blend of religious concepts and iconic landmarks
On the Alert - Lioness and Cubs, c1878-1910, (1912). Artist: John MacAllan Swan
On the Alert - Lioness and Cubs, c1878-1910, (1912). A colour print from Famous Paintings, with an introduction by Gilbert Chesterton, Cassell and Company, (London, New York, Toronto, 1912)
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"Leading the Way: From Heaven to Hell, Football Fields to Cathedrals" In a captivating blend of religious concepts and iconic landmarks, this diverse collection of images showcases the power of leading. Just like the Broad and Narrow way to Heaven or Hell, English football players unite in a team picture, displaying their determination and leadership on the field. The majestic Cologne Cathedral stands tall as a symbol of guidance and spirituality, while Rosa Luxemburg's revolutionary spirit leads us towards social change. The winding Road to Blencathra invites us on an adventurous journey where leaders emerge amidst breathtaking landscapes. William Wallace's statue in Aberdeen reminds us that true leaders fight for freedom and justice. Meanwhile, The Darley Arabian gallops through history as one of racing's most influential sires – his bloodline paving the way for future champions. As we explore further, we encounter The New Jerusalem - an ethereal vision of hope and unity. Leading Suffragettes inspire generations with their unwavering dedication towards gender equality. Nancy Schon's Make Way for Ducklings sculpture brings joy to Boston Public Garden while reminding us that even small creatures can lead with love and compassion. Integrity retiring from Office. Illustrates how true leaders gracefully step aside when their time has come. Lastly, female jockeys riding gentlemen like horses challenge traditional norms by proving that leadership knows no gender boundaries. In this eclectic mix of imagery spanning centuries and continents, one thing remains clear: leading is not confined to any specific realm or individual. It transcends time, culture, religion, and even species – reminding us all that each one of us possesses the potential to lead in our own unique way.