A sage has an understanding so profound, he himself is not understood by others. Few can truly understand genius. It has been said that the line dividing genius and insanity is razor thin and it is that very razor that can draw blood. Perhaps it can then be said that one can walk a tightrope between the two, or at least give that impression to the uninformed. True genius is not solving complicated algebraic equations or sending a man to the moon. Instead, it may be as simple as gazing at the moon in awe and appreciation.