Self-confidence is the inner feeling before you fully understand the problem.

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A man was driving in a rural area when his car suddenly stopped running. He had coasted to the side of the road and lifted the hood when a horse from nowhere came trotting by. The horse never slowed down. While galloping, he looked at the man and said clearly: “Better check the gasoline!”

The man was shocked. He ran to the nearest farmhouse and frantically knocked on the door. When an old farmer opened the door, the man told him about the talking horse.

“Was this a horse with a floppy ear with blotches of white on his black body?” asked the farmer.

“Yes, yes!” the man exclaimed.

“Oh, well,” the farmer moaned, “don’t believe everything he says. He doesn’t know anything about cars.”

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