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Some books gain instant fame upon their first release. Others fade away as soon as they are published. And there exist a select few that are neglected, sometimes even shunned, when conceived, only to be discovered and revived by scholars many years on. Such books are hidden gems. Indeed, they are products of brilliant minds that stand alone but are, in no doubt, far ahead of their time.
Never belittle your scholarly competitors. Rather, show them that they have done you a lot of good in keeping you on your toes, in pushing you to write more. Take what is good from their criticisms and work on them. Pathfinders rarely let others define their work and the ideas they can share to the world. They move past and far surpass their peers. They let their fingers do the talking.
I have spent some time reading about thinkers and intellectuals who achieved great heights time and again in their crafts. All of them have one thing in common. They never feel settled, never rested on their laurels. A ground breaking scholar is always modest about success, sliding back to ground zero as soon as he has accomplished his goals. The only way to climb higher to another peak, to achieve another scholarly feat, is to traverse again in the valley of humility. Humility in the face of knowledge.
You will always encounter, in your journey as a scholar, people who are always skeptical, cynical and critical about everything you do. Their sarcasms may affect you. Their banter may be unpleasant. Take what is beneficial and forget words that can dampen your spirit. The best way to prove your skeptics, cynics and critics wrong is to write with all your might.