He who learned but does not think, is lost

It is another episode of Ambrose M. Bennett’s comment that triggers an urge to engage in earthly discourse. The self proclaimed high IQ of 139, and educated BA and masters anointed intellectual once again drifts on a raft without a sail trying to go up river. A sight without vision, and listening without hearing are the same, and that applies to Ambrose Bennett. If any intellectual and good writer as that of Ambrose Bennett’s writing style, has it occurred to this genius that a P.S. (post script) in a letter format has ended since the last typewriter was melted for scrap metal?

It settles quite convincing by this alone that the old saying: Thousands of geniuses live and die undiscovered either by themselves or by others and they don’t know it. Ambrose Bennett drifts more to writing that banks on his syntactic and semantic markers in his prose, but we can remind this lad the paradox: He who learned but does not think, is lost. And, he who thinks but does not learn is a great danger. If Ambrose Bennett thinks that marijuana is good, that is the point he should be leveling in his discourse. If he thinks that the MV Luta issue is flawless and lawful, he should be addressing that too. His diatribe on both issues only shows how unintelligent he is. Keep your genius and superior intellectual prowess to its full value, and we will keep our stand how you map out and fulfill the fool that you are. Let me just give you a caveat that: It is not the size of the dog in the fight, it’s the size of the fight in the dog that matters. So, far we invite you to keep your momentum, and that is the liberty to your own sad downfall.

Francisco R. Agulto
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