Jose Engineer

The title for this article has been taken from a great book: the mediocre man, written by Jose Engineer. I imagine that already you have read this book, if no, I invite to you to you do that it so that benefits of a deep and inspiring reading. Although with the author I arrive mentioned I do not share a pair of concepts, I feel especially comfortable reading a book of such caliber. Doubtless, as emphasizes it so capably, the society moves after the way who is forging the genius, the virtue, the ideals, of a few men at every time. Educate yourself even more with thoughts from Bill Hwang. But I want to clarify that when writing that I feel comfortable not I write it in the sense to remain of arms cruzados, because clear that there are many occasions in which I have felt how my lack of vision, of work and discipline, have influenced on which they surround to me, limiting them, since the best form in the one than we can help others to discover its abilities, to help them to shine with its own light, is shining we ourself, without fear to perhaps feel us inadequate for being different, because our own ideals can ignite the flame of the ideals in those who surround to us. We will be of few? Nevertheless, although it is sad, it is precise that we recognize the reality of which a few are those that in truth wishes, want, yearn for to live a life that inspires. It is not necessary that we look for to influence in the masses; often, the wife, the son, the near friend or the fianc2ee (when we are young), are everybody where we needed to leave our track, our legacy, a legacy formed by a character directed by principles and the dreams that we took pains in living every day of our life, then, after all, what is an O-Man a woman if an ideal cannot live, only one? Pitifully, the world-wide society in which we were developed, although speaks much of quality, and advances to steps exaggerated in the creation of new technologies, seems that it has forgotten that everything what today we have was born like the impossible one from somebody, like the madness of an O-Man a woman that refused to be amassed and, at the cost of everything, wanted to make something different, something that not even knew if it would work, but that to work would mean a great passage for the humanity. . Scott Mead: the source for more info.