You can never be fulfilled as a Moses if you are meant to be an Aaron. We must learn the
contentment of Aaron and play the role God has given to us.
Aaron was older than Moses yet he was submissive to his leadership. It is easier to submit to the leadership of someone
younger than you who is not your sibling.
I respect Aaron. Imagine your younger brother or sister ordering you around in the name of some
leadership conferred on him or her.
Most of us can endure for a while but not for a prolonged period of time like Aaron. He was secure serving his own younger brother.
He didn’t breakaway to start his own organization. Today everyone of us is either a CEO, MD,
proprietor, self-employed, or an
entrepreneur. Well, it is not bad to be an executive as long as you are executing something.
Just be sure that you are not “starting my own” out of jealousy, pride or insecurity. “Starting my own” can be a recipe to frustration if you are an Aaron. Be humble!
Remember, no one becomes a boss who wasn’t once an apprentice. “And if you have not been faithful in what is another man’s, who will give you what is your own?” Luke 16:12 NKJV.
Shout out to secretaries, PAs, cleaners, security men, gate-men, messengers, assistants, and all those silent heroes who aren’t popular but who are critical to the
effective functioning of the systems of organizations.