*A fool is like a bottomless pot: everything you tell them goes in, but it all comes out*
Well, this is an African saying but I guess it has similars in other cultures. I believe that this applies when the issue at hand is meant to be of great importance. I cannot say that I have not been ‘foolish’ before: it’s probably more times than I care to admit. I try hard, but I don’t always listen. Sometimes I nod my head even when I have no clue what someone is saying. Does that make me a fool?
And I have made some…rather…foolish decisions in my life, but am sure I am not the only one. I think that sometimes, we learn best through our foolishness. Still, don’t wear it on your collar. And dear, I will not defend you if you choose to display foolishness in a serious situation.


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