Burdened by Knowledge: How to Fit In With the Less Intelligent by C. L. Freedman.
Einstein once said, "Great spirits have always encountered violent opposition from mediocre minds." Does this quote resonate with you? Does this quote describe your life? Have you felt the burden of having to "fit in" with the less intelligent people in your life? C.L. Freedman, a member of Mensa for the past twenty years, prescribes to the "highly enlightened person" six antidotes for enduring the general population. If these remedies don't help its reader cope with the irrational people in his life, they almost certainly will provide some solace and intellectual strokes to his ego. While originally intended for a small and select audience, surprisingly, this book has been on the Washington Post's best seller list for the past two years, selling over a million copies.
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