judo n. <日>柔道;
admission n.承认; 准许进入;
unexpectedly adv. 未料到地，意外地;
inferior adj. （质量等） 低劣的; 下级的，
superiority n. 优越（性），优等; 傲慢;
Disadvantage and Advantage
The unlucky little boy lost his left arm in a car accident and became disabled, but he wanted to learn judo that even healthy people are very difficult to do well.
After he pursued studies, finally a judo master took him.
But in 3 months after admission, the master only repeatedly taught the little boy one trick.
By and by, the little boy could not help but ask, "Master, I have been practicing it for a few months, so should I learn other tricks?"
Unexpectedly, the master shook his head immediately, "No, it is good enough for you to practice this one."
The little boy felt chagrined, but because he believed the master so much that he obeyed to continue practicing.
3 years later, the master took the boy to attend the match.
Seeing the opponents tall and strong, the weak and disabled boy was very afraid.
The master encouraged him, "Don't be afraid. You will make it because your master has confidence in you."
However, the boy was still laden with worries.
Surprisingly, the final champion was actually the little boy without left arm and with only one trick, and the result surprised the little boy.
"Why is it, master?" the little boy asked the master.
Seeing he was so puzzled, the master explained, "There are two reasons: first, it is the most difficult one in judo, which you have spent a few years practicing and you have almost completely mastered. Second, as far as I know, the only way against this move is to grasp your left arm."
Inferior position is not necessarily immutable in any case.
Make best use of the advantages and bypass the disadvantages as far as possible, or create opportunities to turn inferiority into superiority; we will be able to stand out of inferiority.