This is how presidents should be. A real genuine leader of men who is humble and thoughtful. He practices the simplicities he preaches. A true hero.
José Mujica, nicknamed Pepe Mujica, was President of Uruguay from 2010 to 2015. A former Tupamaros freedom fighter in the 60s and the 70s, he was detained, like a hostage by the dictatorship between 1973 and 1985. He advocates a philosophy of life focused on sobriety: learn to live with what is necessary and fairest.
In this amazing 10 minute video I have singled out just 45 seconds of wisdom from José Mujica who is well-known for donating more than 90% of his salary to charity, and for just generally being a very good and humble man who led his country with dignity and honour. I hope you enjoy the clip.
I have set the clip to automatically start from 2 mins 21 secs. If you wish to watch the full 10 minutes just go back to the beginning of the video.
This is a clip from the 3-part documentary HUMAN –http://
The interview below will tell you everything you need to know about this great former President.
Jose Mujica: ‘I earn more than I need’ – Talk to Al Jazeera
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