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      This made me realize a lot of things.

      Tzod Earf

      It helped me come up with a new word for my personal lexicon:

      carbogenius - the ad nauseum overstatement of the redundantly obvious mundane (A takeoff from oxymoron)

      Study in Asia

      this make sense to me,there are people whom considered themselves wise are the true fools? i know a few. lol

      cecile rencontre

      It can be detached from things and not give them too much value. If we can put things into perspective, we can move faster in life :) all about the psychology staff...

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      If we can put things into perspective, we can move faster in life..It can be detached from things and not give them too much value. Good blog..keep it up..

      Darren

      You make an excellent point. A "fool" is given a lot of leeway, in which he can tolerably criticize and create. Jon Stewart comes to mind as a modern day jester.
      In my own live, I've created a persona of being too serious among those who know me closest. I would love to wander off into smart fool's land (or be crazy like a fox) but not sure how to get there from here.

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      Thanks for this post ! :)

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