1. Poet Joseph Brodsky, who was expelled from the Soviet Union in 1972, says that despite his 1987 Nobel Prize in literature, he is uneasy with fame. "I've always preferred," he says, "to be a nobody in a democracy than a crème de la crème in a tyranny."
Everybody knows that we have five senses. But there is one more sense–the sixth sense which is common sense, which should be devoid of nonsense.