It was a book I read years ago. I read it at the insistence of a friend of mine. Before, words were difficult to understand. I was missing sentences and the topic from the confusion of words. Anyway, our accent got better as we read. I even started calling my mother “mami”. There was progress.
I do not like the winter months, especially if you have no power to do anything and if you are waiting for news from somewhere, those winter days turn into a black hell. When you look through the window, it’s just the trees in the garden, the ceaseless passage of cars and steamy windows.
When there is no other choice but to wait on a boring day, you deal with whatever you have. I also had this book. Moscow Ahead / Volokolamsk Shosesi book.
The book was written in a very impressive and realistic language. The people you have difficulty reading that name are your friends, family members and even heroes. You imagine it. When you get stuck, you think “I wonder what he would do here”. So are these heroes. The book has many heroes, but I still remember General Panfilov, although it has been 25 years.
General Panfilov, whom we know from Before Moscow, gathered the commanders of the company and discusses a crucial moment of the war with them on the map. He asks the headquarters how to maintain management in case all lines break:
“” E, friends, how will you manage the troops if you don’t have any connections? “It lingered a bit. ‘Despite everything, there will be management. And with what do you know? With a clear and thorough understanding of the task. Do you understand the task? ”
‘Yes, I think this word will be appropriate here… If you know what you have to do, there will be management. You can also fight in separate groups if you know what the mission is. No telephone, no connection, the war will still be managed … “(Moscow Ahead-Alexander Alexandrovich Bek, p: 242, abc.)
Here, of course, we can adapt the event not as a war but also to daily life. The important thing is not the mystery of a commander’s words, but the fact that his words produce results and leap forward.
Yes, General Panfilov is an idol.
There is also a Cossack division commander Momiş Uli. This heroism has a great share in writing. A dialogue takes place between the author and Momiş Uli. “And he doesn’t believe that an ordinary person can reflect the emotion of a soldier in war. The author works hard to convince him. And finally he convinces. If Momiş cannot reflect what Uli says correctly, at the expense of sacrificing his right arm in the first part and his left arm in the second part … ”
Momiş-Uli says, “Our instincts should be friends, not enemies to us.”
In history lessons, we know this war only enough to be useful in history and exams. But a good “pen” and a good “tongue” are so impressive and perfect that you cannot help yourself.
We told the book quite a lot. So he talks about himself in the book. A book of that kind. Sometimes we get so tight and stuck that we look for a hero, an example, a model for ourselves. Our biggest problem is our lack of social discharge or knowledge support. Not every person can afford everything. From the smallest relationships of society to the biggest relationships, there is always this problem.
In workplaces, it is at the highest level. To take the initiative, to believe, to serve a common purpose, to believe in absolute and absolute victory …
Unfortunately, this is an inevitable reality in selfish and classless societies. One of the biggest reasons why most of the companies suffer during the crisis in this environment where all kinds of troubles in the economic field have relapsed in these conditions we live in is the lack of qualified staff and managers with leadership characteristics. When the economic infrastructure is strong, “turning the wheel is of course easy”, but the fact that the men you sit around the “crisis table” in the moment of crisis are not a result but a problem, accelerating the crisis even more.
I guess it is the time to read the Moscow Front.
And of course General Panfilov is in command of this front. He is a commander who gives importance to his soldier enough to try to learn from his officer that they live to the finest detail through friendly conversation while the Germans come with their tanks only a few kilometers ahead, and keeps his cool enough to tell him how to brew tea while giving him tea.
“The instinct to live is the first act of nature, the effort to protect living. Not only can this instinct be born with running away, it can also emerge differently. It can become a wild force. When attacked, the living creature fights, fights, scratches and attacks to defend its own existence. ” (General Panfilov)