The institution was going to collapse. Everybody blamed everybody else for the situation. The leader is not good, said some. The staff were playing politics all the time, said some others. The infrastructure is outdated, said yet others.
Everyone has a reason for blaming others, to paraphrase the advertisement slogan of an agarbati.
Let us do something radical about it, said someone. The action may make some drastic demands.
“Let me ask my husband/wife,” said some.
“I’d love to join you, but you know…” said some others.
“I’m in the South Pole now, but I’ll definitely join you as soon as I reach our place,” said yet others.
You deserve the leader who was foisted on you by your destiny.