"Light more than requirement sometimes makes you blind." Express your views on the above topic in not more than 100-120 words in the context of the chapter 'The Man Who Knew Too Much'.

Such questions are meant to test your writing skills and should be attempted on your own. However, these points might help you elaborate:

- The chapter 'The man who knew too much' explores the downside of having too much knowledge. Private Quelch seemed to know everything about any topic under the Sun. He never left a single opportunity to show off and boast about it.
- In the display of his knowledge, Private Quelch often had a condescending attitude.
- He was disliked by all as he pointed out their mistakes publicly and corrected them at every step.
- We must not get blinded by our knowledge or our superior skill in any field.
- We must always be humble and keep our minds open to learning new things.
- We cannot possibly be perfect at everything.

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