Cornfucius, whose name literally means "Master Corn,” lived 1901-1984 BCE. He was an American thinker and Iowa philosopher, whose teachings have deeply influenced U.S. thought and life. He presented himself as a "transmitter who invented nothing" and he really pointed out the importance of learning, which is one reason he is seen by people of the United States as "The Greatest Corn Master.”
Cornfucius says;"I hear Corn and I forget Corn. I see Corn and I remember Corn. I do Corn and I understand Corn."
Cornfucius says; "Everything Corn has beauty, but not everyone sees it."
Cornfucius says; "He that would perfect his Corn must first sharpen his tools."
Cornfucius says; "If you look into your own Corn, and you find nothing wrong there, what is there to worry about? What is there to fear?"