23 July 2007


There are times when fewer words have significantly more power than many.
This was certainly the case for one philosophy student who sat in an examination room with his fellow student.
The question on the paper in front of them was 'WHAT IS A RISK?'
While the rest of the students chewed their pencils, furrowed their brows and scribbled furiously, he calmly wrote his answer, stood up and walked out.
The curious adjudicator came to collect his paper.
On it, was his two-word answer.