WHAT IS TRUE GENIUS?

We usually think of a genius as one who creates or accomplishes things of superb value with easy excellence. One has but to recall such names as Michelangelo, Shakespeare, George Washington, Mozart, Einstein. History has designated these men, among many others, as famous because of their outstanding accomplishments. Compared to the average standard of performance, a genius stands out as perhaps one among a million. And yet, need this be so?

Is it true that the human race is so limited in the quality of excellence that but a very few men and women are so endowed? Is all the rest of mankind restricted to mediocrity?

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