Think Outside the Box
Once, an skilled artist took in three students.
One day, the artist decided to gather his students and test them. He gave each of them a sheet of paper the exact same size and told them to draw as many camels as they could.
The students thought for a bit, and then started drawing.
The eldest student used a very thin pen and filled up the entire page with tightly-packed camels the size of ants. After finishing his drawing, he was very smug and thought he surely drew the most camels.
The second student thought, the paper is only this big, how could he draw the most camels? He decided to cover the page with as many camel heads as he could, and sure enough, he drew more camels than the eldest student.
When their master looked at the student's art, there wasn't a hint of satisfaction on his face. When he held up the youngest brother's drawing however, he couldn't stop nodding his head in praise. It turned out, the youngest student only drew some squiggly lines to indicate endless peaks. One camel trotted out from the mountains, another followed, most of its body still hidden behind a mountain. Seeing their master compliment the youngest student, the other students thought it was very strange.
Their master replied, "Look at this drawing, even though you can only see two camel, they are coming out from behind the mountains. Doesn't that mean there could be an endless amount of camels hiding behind the mountains, waiting to come out. "
The two students finally came to their senses.