Have you heard the expression, “Bee’s Knees”?
Its current meaning refers to something that is excellent; however, that is not how it began.
In Shakespeare’s Macbeth, we see the expression, “the BE all and END all” which means the central or most important element of something.
“What’s in a name? that which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet.”
That’s a good point. The opposite is also true.
Just because you call something a rose doesn’t mean it will smell sweet.
This rose is made of Legos. No sweet smell there.
Just because you call someone a leader doesn’t mean they are one.
A real leader openly lives and behaves like a leader day and night.
Paul demonstrated this in Acts 20:18-20.