Various things in earth, life, nature, people and other visible as a balance and equilibrium are complementary. There are always black and white, good and evil, right and wrong, left and right, stupid and smart and so forth. Those things are always a one in two contradictory things in our daily lives, but basically the judgment of these definitions may be full of errors.
The presumption in criminal behavior such acts, stupid evil people considered a fugitive who easily caught. As with the bad guys are smart. They are hard to be arrested even just find it so difficult. What is essentially always the case and if the attitude is an absolute fool to be a weakness?
Actually in some ways in this life, it could be a surprise if we see something that becomes an absolute definition. Examples of crime from criminals last example, if we look at a common and usual without considering how it actually fools attitude in daily life, we will absolutely right to judge it’s a fool who can not be successful, the weak andunreliable and unskilled. More than that fool often identified with the thinking superficially.But it was only a narrow perception. Let’s see the following story. Taken from the story of Professor and Fishermen in the first book Bong Chandra, Unlimitted Wealth.
One week a professor went to do a study on an interior. Difficult terrain trip force professor went to take another route, namely a river. Without thinking of the rofesor immediately find a fisherman to cross the river.
During the trip a professor asked a fisherman, “Have you ever studied biology?” With the fisherman replied innocently, “What is biological” food fish, huh? “With the patronizing tone of the professor replied,” It you do not know what it is biology? That means you’ve lost 20% of the area of your life! “Several minutes later the professor asked.,” Whether BAAK know what it is physics? “With inferior the fisherman replied,” That is certainly not the food of fish is it? “With the dismissive tone Professor Answering, “Tsk Tsk Tsk …., you just have to have lost 50% of your life?” After a while the professor again asked, “If you do not know what it is physics and biology, of course you know about geography, not ? “The fisherman replied,” I was an idiot, I did not know what it is geography “. With a guffaw the professor said, “You really have lost 80% of the area of your life!”
Shortly before the professor began granting four questions, the stream suddenly turns into rain. Constructing swift currents ship rocked so hard. The professor can not master balance and fell into the river with panic the professor shouted, “Please .. please …”. in a state of panic the fisherman asked, “you can not swim?” In a state drowning answering the professor, “I can not swim!” the fisherman answered boldly, “then you’ve lost 100% of the parts of your life”
The story was probably just a story that is not real, but it is undeniable around us such things often happen. A fool is often even a lot of success and get a chance to reap more than the average person who is actually intelligent and intellectual. In simple fact that stupid people get better results from smart people that are hardworking people, just that they have limited insight. However, with the limited insight that they have a side benefit, because it caused them to be people who think more simple. As said Mr. Bong Chandra “Smart people make something simple into complex, idiots make things complicated to be simple”
Closing Remarks: So, does this mean we all have to be a fool? That’s not the point. Of course none of us wants to be stupid, right? It’s just that most of us are too easily branded as “stupid people” just because they have limited insight, which can be a fool’s far more skills than we do. I was reminded of what Steve Jobs said, “Stay Hungry, Stay Foolish”. Stay hungry, so we are not easily satisfied with what we can (continue to improve) and still feel stupid, that we should always be humble and eager to continue to learn, learn, and keep learning. Because people who felt she was smart, it will usually stop what’s called learning.