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He likes to be noticed, to hear himself speak, to be at the centre of everyone’s attention. That in itself is not totally a bad thing, only if one is not exhuding arrogance or vainglory. At the end of the day, there is always plenty of wisdom in silence. Knowing when to retreat, when to take the backseat, when to be the one who is attentive rather than being the attention seeker. Knowing when the show should come to an end else one ends up making a fool of himself and boring his audience. it becomes the case of an empty vessel making the loudest noise.