Queen Elizabeth II – a tribute to an icon of feminine leadership worldwide

We all had the privilege to witness Queen Elisabeth II’s unique leadership which created an incredible legacy of inspiration, trust and dignified public service. She was a record-breaking Queen, with the longest reign – 70 years. She was the personification of courage, grace, kindness and true majesty. In this world, there are people who hold significance for our planet. They are anchors of an archetype for leadership and vision, genuine examples of balance and long-distance wisdom. This is what the monarchy does at the highest level because the monarchy is the symbol of divinity in human form. The long-lived reign of this Queen is a case to be studied in terms of assuming leadership, of understanding the relationship between freedom and responsibility when the fate of millions of people depends on you. All leaders should take notes and pay attention to similar values and principles.

Since the death announcement, leaders from all around the world have been paying tribute to her memory of the longest-reigning monarch in British history. Across the seven decades of her history-making reign, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II met 14 American presidents.

She was called ‘THE GUTSIEST WOMAN’ by Laura Ingraham, who says „everyone should emulate the late Queen Elizabeth’s ‘gutsiness’ – real guts, real courage and real service”.

New York Times describes Her Majesty as being „The One Constant in an Inconstant World”: From fading empire to the Cold War to 1970s turmoil, from Brexit to Covid, Queen Elizabeth II was a symbol of continuity in a constantly changing world. She was always there.

”And BBC says „this is the moment history stops; for a minute, an hour, for a day or a week; this is the moment history stops.”

Today marks the official start of a period of mourning for Queen Elizabeth II that will last around 12 days as part of a royal protocol. 12 days in the spirit of Queen Elizabeth II.

„The world is not the most pleasant place. Eventually, your parents leave you and nobody is going to go out of their way to protect you unconditionally. You need to learn to stand up for yourself and what you believe and sometimes, pardon my language, kick some ass”, says this wonderful Lady, with a great sense of nobility.

Photo: Tomas Martinez for Unsplash. I chose this picture you can find at Gatwick airport to reflect perfectly this feeling of Her Majesty’ belonging to Her people.

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