Everyone’s intelligence has a way of making itself known.
For some, it peeks out through quick, witty and amusing responses.
For others it slips through the cracks by means of simple yet completely logical analogies.
And still others find it falling from their mouths in the form of surprising yet remarkably suitable vocabulary.
But why must our brilliance show, expose, peek, slip and fall?
Why does it hide?
Are we more afraid of finding ourselves regarded as arrogant or pompous than incurring the destructive consequences of stifling our brilliance?