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"In the land of the blind, the one-eyed man is king." - Desiderius Erasmus


What does this proverb mean?

It's more advantageous to be able to see, even a little bit, than to be blind.
It would be easy for somone who can see to become king in a land of people who cannot see.
Even someone with minor ability is considered special by those with no ability at all.
Someone who can see will be able to take advantage of others who cannot see.