Tim Gilman-Ševčík offers us a chapter called “The Wisdom of Others – Cultural Acclimatization and Engaged Leadership” in which he presents and interprets a passage from Jonathan Swift’s famous satire, Gulliver’s Travels, where the narrator offers his opinions about the qualities of travel writing. This passage deals with truth and falsehood, and with the troubling fact that “falsehood flies, while truth comes limping along afterward”. Swift’s narrator claims to be offering nothing but truth, yet the fable itself appears as an intense satire of the political and economic realities of Swift’s time. Gilman-Ševčík’s interpretation of these dynamics appears even more ambiguous because he himself worked as the creative director of a re-telling of the fable, Gulliver’s Gate, that has been staged as a huge tourist destination in Times Square in New York City.