This is something important for a leader. It means knowing oneself. Knowing oneself then can lead to sharing oneself. One does not have to be the loudest or the center of attention, the most logical or the smartest, in order to be a leader. They do have to know their strengths and those of the people around them and be willing to work together to complement each other. As we presented the results to the young people, we shared this video about the "thinking process" of the Sorting Hat in Harry Potter. Why did it make the decision about Harry that it did? The video shows many of Harry's pre-Hogwarts experiences that made him who he was - a quiet, bright, but mischievous boy who had a good heart.
There are a lot of those types of young people here this week. Please keep praying for us. We expect big things from them; and so should you.