The gentleman then started to walk away. He held his steps in dignity and composure. I sat there and observed the evening. These men who haven't gone to an extravagant school, haven't took a leadership training, nor encompassed by group of intelligent men, are leader in industry which doesn't works on profit but rather on building values. They prefer silence over long speeches. They are master of brevity and lord of wisdom. They subtract themselves to multiply others.
A few days later, I encountered him again at the same bench.
I asked him what is character, he responded, the slender line between right and wrong.
I asked him what is courage, he responded, choices which are not beneficial to you but they are right.
I asked him what is magnificence, he responded, a father's confidence in his child.
I asked him what is integrity, he responded, not bargaining on morals.
I asked him what is failure, he responded, its a start to new horizon.
I asked him what is passion, he responded, its insomnia.
I asked, what is education, he responded, the ability to discover and invent.
I asked what is ignorance, he responded, failure of your senses.
I asked him how to win. He glared for a moment and responded., by not fearing to loose.
The old man walked away. In brief moments, I learned how to live.