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not their leader;
not leading anything, 
not showing them the way,
not relieving their ill situations.

just their overt ill arouser and excuser; 
arousing and excusing fears and bad behavior,
the things they always more covertly did now got away with.

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“Luther’s main flaw is that he always thinks he’s right about everything.”

No. No, it’s not.

It isn’t that Luther is always 10000 percent certain he’s right. It’s that he’s 10000 percent afraid of being wrong. He was placed in a position of authority where he was expected to regularly make decisions that affect not only him, but his siblings. If he’s wrong, he’s not the only one who suffers, but he’s going to get most of the blame. To his mind, it’s better to stick with his original plan and make it work than admit his plan was bad and prove he doesn’t know what he’s doing.

That’s why he digs in his heels whenever he makes a bad decision. Not because he’s convinced it was a good decision, but because he’s afraid it wasn’t. He’d rather stick with a bad choice and hope it works out in the end than admit failure before he’s tried to make it work. He’s terrified of failure and so he tries to delay it as long as possible, even though this only makes things worse.

Luther’s fatal flaw is not hubris. It’s anxiety.