"Manage by walking around."
This is an old business adage on the importance of relational presence in leadership. An employer can't lead his business without walking amongst his people. In a broader sense, it's a reminder that we can't fulfill our God-given responsibilities and be distant from the people we are responsible for. A father can't father when he's at work 80 hours a week. A teacher can't be effective if he or she lectures but never listens. A mentor can't influence a protege from a laptop. A pastor can't lead a congregation from behind the desk. And as we know, God did not rescue the world from the press box of heaven, distant from all the strife below. Jesus, in a sense, managed by walking around.