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- A smart person is not always a genius.
- A genius is not always a smart person.
Okay, my definition is a bit incomplete. I’ll add a few lines:
- A genius has a love for what s/he’s doing.
- A genius isn’t doing what s/he’s doing for personal gain (fame, money, etc.)
- A genius is really good at what s/he’s doing.
Usually, when you hear “genius,” you often imagine a black-white picture of Einstein (at least, I do.) Professors with white hair and glasses who will solve any math problem, any scientific problem. But I don’t think it limits to technical stuff like this. History produced also many other geniuses. Like geniuses in music: Mozart, Bach, Vivaldi. Geniuses in art: Van Gogh, Rembrandt. Geniuses in literature: Shakespeare.
And geniuses nowadays. Particularly in music, I think these are geniuses: Tori Amos, Laïs, (Indonesian) Melly Goeslaw, Michael Jackson.
And you too.
You’re a brilliant genius too.
All of you people around me. Great writers, photographers, musicians and singers, drawers and painters, stylists, sportsmen, scientists, speakers, thinkers, dancers, (graphic) designers and architects, or any of the other things that you’re good with.
PS: I can have all of Grace’s skittles.