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They just simply don't . In my opinion to be a guru is prety much being a genius or someone really clever on computers , you should not think that way of yourself .
It's like being in a coma , you just can't tell .
You're a "Guru" when people think you are. I don't think I'm a guru, but people say I am. I think it's because when you get deeper and depper you know really much, but in the same time you know the things you don't know. And so it goes...