I’m not sure if I’m the only person thinking in these lines, but I’m of the opinion that you do not have to be exceptionally talented in order to effect perceptible positive change. In fact, I’m almost of the opinion that the less talents you have, the better for you. Here’s why I think so.
market crashes, severe unemployment, wars here and there, political instability, bad roads, poor water supply, epileptic power, failed healthcare, pensioneers fainting on long queues, the list is endless. Has it ever occurred to you that the heavily cerebral persons around suffer the same degree of mental paralysis when it comes to social reformation?
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