Unwise application of knowledge is dangerous

Once upon a time, three learned men were going
through a forest. On the way, they saw bones of an animal
lying around.

The first man said, “My learning says these bones are of
a tiger. I can reassemble these bones and make a complete
skeleton.” To prove his words, the first man did what he
said.

The second man said, “My learning can put flesh, blood
and skin on this skeleton.” To prove his words, the second
man did what he said.

The third man said, “My learning can put life in this
body”. To prove his words, the third man did what he said.

Now, the tiger was alive. He gave a big roar and ate the
three learned men.

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Excerpt from the book “Once Upon A Time: 100 Management Stories” by Rajen Jani

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