The Triangle of life
by Regis Boff
Three men sat at a triangular table to determine which was superior. One man was rich, one was a genius and the third had experienced the world. They all argued for themselves.
The rich man said he could buy all the “experiences” he needed. He had no doubt that being rich already made him a genius because he was told so.
The “Genius” believed he could create euphoria, which was the greatest of all human experience. An “experience” no money could ever buy and one that no amount of worldliness could achieve without the kernel of genius itself.
The”Experienced” man said that no honest voice ever speaks to a rich man. The rich man has disdain for his world of sycophants. The experienced man perceives genius as a sickness, a burden that would sap the fun out of your life.