Make It Edible

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There are things that can be eaten raw, and there are things that cannot be eaten raw. You can make those things that cannot be eaten raw edible. How? It can be done by processing.

For instance, many fruits like apple, orange, cashew, tangerine, pear, mango, pawpaw, water melon, etc can be eaten raw, while there are some fruits that cannot be eaten raw. An example of such fruit that cannot be eaten raw is palm fruit, for it to be edible it has to be processed. After the processing, you can now have palm oil and some other useful products that are edible, consumable and useful.

edible 1This same phenomenon can be applied when it comes to our talents. Some talents are available and easily used to benefit human race without further training, while there are some talents that cannot be beneficial to both the talented and others until further training is undergone.

You can make that talent of yours edible by a process called training. You need training sometimes for you to be able to harness that talent to benefit yourself and others.

© 2017 Peter F. Adewumi

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Author: Peter Adewumi

Peter Adewumi is an Amazon author of "Virtues for Riches" series, "Romantic, Inspirational & Motivational Poems," "Attributes of Successful Employees," "The End Matters Most," & "A Lonely Ward in a Comely World."

7 thoughts on “Make It Edible

  1. Some assert that genius and talent do not need practise, which is totally false. Even Van Gogh trained a lot. For example he painted a huge number of hands as practise before painting a whole man or group of men.

    1. What a philosophical intelligence! You have explained to me what I really meant with the thought! Thanks a lot sir for reading and for the translating the exact meaning of the post.

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