I didn’t lose my well-developed sense of humor until I made the tactical error of glancing at some of the comments. It’s about the humble looking for those whose strengths offset their weaknesses and complement their strengths.
Because a decent number of those guys have some nutty ideas about what it means to be in charge.
Luther College's mission statement calls us to "embrace diversity and challenge one another to learn in community," and to be "enlivened and transformed by encounters with one another, by the exchange of ideas, and by the life of faith and learning." Alumni, faculty, staff, students and friends of the college are encouraged to express their views, model "good disagreement" and engage in respectful dialogue.I live in a co-ed cluster this year, and it's given me the opportunity to fall in love.No, not with one of my male cluster mates; rather, with my twenties, with mixed living and with the community we've formed. Those are the bricks that build the wall that withstands the advances of old Slouchy-Pants, whether you ever show up with your Winchester locked and loaded or not.Strong leaders surround themselves with strong people, not with weak ones.Being comfortable with each other is one of the things I like best about the cluster.