My blog posts might suggest I always have a rebellious attitude but not when it comes to true leadership. I challenge those in power with questions that they might not have thought of, not necessarily to bring them down but actually lift them up. That is where Korah had it wrong. He could have asked Moses a provocative question without seeking instead to take his crown away. Moses was humble enough to change course if the question provoked such a response but instead Korah was only looking for the title instead. Sometimes we don’t understand G-D plans when it comes to who is appointed a leader or what course has been taken. Yet that doesn’t mean we need to be in charge just insure that our voice is heard in a way that causes growth to occur instead of having us crash through the ground. Leadership might not require one to wear a title just cause those with the title to actually listen.