Two tiny red fishes were staying in a puddle. It was a big big world for them. To one, it seemed that the puddle is all there is. It was quite satisfied and felt settled in there. But the other was endlessly restless. He grew tired of it in a few days and was longing to see if there’s anything more than this puddle. One fine morning,
Two school friends, Wise Friend (Wi-Fri) and Intelligent Friend (I-Fri) are having a chat. Wi-Fri: How do you learn a subject at school? I-Fri: We relate words with a happening or an event in order to understand it. Wi-Fri: Like? I-Fri: Sugar tastes sweet, chilly tastes pungent, the Sun rises and sets. Later we do this with more complicated terms like gravity and so on. Wi-Fri: Does everybody “understand” it? Not remember the words, like the computer does, I mean “really” understand? I-Fri: Hmm... I don’t think so. Wi-Fri: What makes you say that?