The Mediocre Man

The mediocre man never says empty speeches, he repeats himself forever. His admiration is imprudent, his enthusiasms are fleeting. He only exclaims: “I had anticipated it”, or “I have read about it on books.” He would never say at the break of dawn of wise men still ignored: ‘here is the glory and the future, this person knows more than me.’ The mediocre man may even have talent, but intuition is sealed. He can learn, but not predict or share his knowledge, sometimes he admits some ideas but it does not follow in his latest applications on life, the lessons … Continue reading The Mediocre Man