A man was trapped in an empty glass with a large piece of paper. There was no way he can get out of the glass with just a piece of paper.
“How can I make good use of this paper?” He thought.
After a while, he decided to make a boat out of the paper.
Suddenly, water began to flow into the glass. And of course, the man get on the paper boat. It was a rough sail for him. He had no choice but to fight his way through in order to survive.
The glass was finally filled to its brim. The boat floated to the edge of the glass and fall off.
Unknowingly, he was already out of the glass.
He got out of the soaked boat and look around. Another piece of paper was right beside him.
What will he do next?
“It is not often that a man can make opportunities for himself. But he can put himself in such shape that when or if the opportunities come he is ready.” ― Theodore Roosevelt