September 11, 2014

Shogun



The word Shogun literally translates into military commander or general and was used to describe one of the military governors of Japan from the 12th century to the middle of the 19th century. Even today, the head of the Japanese government is called a prime minister and the usage of the term "shogun" still has continued in some forms. We should aim for this lofty title. We should be the ‘shogun’ or commander of our own life, and not let others try to run it. We have the power to do so and we should exercise this power as the old shogun rulers did once long ago.

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