I am occasionally astounded at the boundless confidence of those who are in command. Seemingly what is good for General Bullmoose is good for the country. Wanting to please may be seen as " toadying " by some, or reflective to getting ahead by any means or at all cost by others, but that fails to account for the old adage that " he who would lead must first learn to serve. " That does not mean I cast off all my boundaries. It just means a lot more hard work. It also demands intuition.
The lofty out look of " One ", who unfortunately saw himself as exercising " noblesse oblige " at every opportunity, revealed in fact that he was a social innocent. Needing to be pleased may be a precarious and fragile walk of life. The hounds will be at your heels; and I am. " Uneasy lies the head that wears the crown. "