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Some post-election insights: The better man does not always win, but he always wins the hearts of the people he serves.

Public servants are essential to society’s survival, but the arrogant ones are its curse and burden.

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A leader’s loss in an election doesn’t always signify defeat, but a challenge to do more with much less resources. The guidance of the Supreme Origin is more empowering.

Winning a position makes a proud man more arrogant—and a sincere leader more humble.

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Great sages hold no position in politics, but they inspire change.

The test of a true leader comes after the campaign period is over—when he has to deal with the headaches that accompany public service. A good public servant is genuinely happy to serve.

Leaders should inspire the people they serve.

Leaders should be aware of the laws of karma—you reap what you sow!

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