Leadership in Muslim, Christian and other contexts
- Kelley, Stanko, Thank you for these interesting questions below about
leadership. I invite our Minciu Sodas participants to answer.
Stanko, Thank you also for recommending me to the American University in
Bosnia and Herzegovina, I enjoyed teaching math there and now I will
write a book "Classic Math Problems".
Also, I drew my students during exams, see:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/50525222@N00/page2/ and I have been invited
to create an art exhibit. I am dedicating it to Bosnia and I will
create a large drawing called "the process of solving a problem" where I
will try to portray the different emotional stages in solving a
difficult problem, and also draw a story of how Bosnians are solving
their nation's difficult challenges, but in particular the story of how
young people (perhaps of different faiths) fall in love and start a
family. So I ask for photos (in the Public Domain) of young people
interacting in Bosnia.
Greetings from Lithuania!
Andrius Kulikauskas, ms@..., http://www.ms.lt, +370 699 30003
and I invite us all to answer the following questions.
>Blatnik Stanko wrote:
> Here are some questions. If you can please answer them yourself (soon) and
> pass on to a few people you know in Slovenia and Bosnia who are Muslim,
> Christian, or neither. I'm looking for their first response, they don't
> need to spend a lot of time on this. I'm hoping to get a couple of
> paragraphs each, the tone of an email conversation, not an academic
> presentation. Not all questions need to be answered, I list them to evoke
> opinion. As though we were in casual conversation.
> I am writing an article that explores how we might look at leadership in
> the context of Muslims, Christians, and people who don't consider faith as
> primary in their decision process. The journal is international,
> 1) What is a story, an example, of when you participated in or read about
> leadership across faiths either worked well or did not work?
> 2) How do you think people of different faiths can find a way to lead
> change and create a great future as they each maintain their own faith?
> 3) Do you see Christian and Muslim faith differently than Christianity and
> Islam as a religion in the context of working/leading together? If so,
> 4) What are ways we can work in loving conflict? So that we disagree on
> some aspects of life, however, we move forward with respect as we lead our
> Thanks, Kelly
> Dea Andrius and Franz,direct to her.
> can you answer questions Kelly sent to me. You can send answer
> Thank you