Reigning in the Hearts of the People

The Office of the Public Sector Development Commission has published part of research work on His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej’s remarkable talent in administration and management, in order to encourage officials to follow in His Majesty’s footsteps.
In this research, His Majesty was cited as a model of the leader of righteousness, who greatly contributed to the country and the people. His ability to reign in the hearts of the people came from the Ten Guiding Principles, to which he adhered.
The first principle advises giving assistance to those who need help. The second principle advises refraining from doing evil things, and the third one, giving up something of lesser value for something of greater worth.
The fourth principle teaches people to be honest, while the fifth one is that people should be polite in action as well as speech. The sixth principle advises perseverance, and the seventh advises non-anger, or having a heart full of kindness.
The eighth principle advises against creating troubles for other people, either directly or indirectly. The ninth principle encourages patience and endurance, while the tenth principle teaches that people should not do what they know to be wrong.
The late His Majesty King Bhumibol’s leadership and ingenuity in administration and management were clearly shown in his conduct and activities.
  • 22 October 2016
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