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Nelson Mandela’s sense of human goodness and also of human frailty were at the core of a considered, rational and often misunderstood political wisdom.

Ajarn Donald‘s insight:

Nelson Mandela’s sense of human goodness and also of human frailty were at the core of a considered, rational and often misunderstood political wisdom. Generous when generosity was called for, firm – sometimes even brutally so – when he felt firmness was needed, he was an astute leader and masterly negotiator. He was a complex person, not in the sense that he was hard to understand, but in the sense that there were so many facets to him.

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