Sunday, July 21, 2013

If you put simple thoughts in a simple fashion, you're called a simple person. If you break down a complex thought to present the multiple elements of the conglomerate and provide deeper clarity, people feel perplexed by the heap of the broken fragments and thus call you a complex person when indeed they must call you a simpler person. But if you feign a complex thought by dishonestly representing it in a simplistic form of meagre fragments, people revere you for rendering brevity and clarity. I can't see who is a bigger foolthe people or the illusionist.

1 comment:

  1. I guess the people. Coz the illusionist here is smart enough to create an illusion of themselves as genius knowing the fact where they actually stand.