Hui Zi, Hui Shi（惠施） is a Chinese ancient philosopher, who was one of Zhuang Zi's. good friend and an opponent in philosophy, so he often appeared in Zhuang Zi's article. This Chinese Story will tell you a famous debating between these two friends and shows you the wisdom of Zhuang Zi and Taoist philosophy.
One day, Hui Zi said to Zhuang Zi, "I have a big tree named Chu (樗， Some think Chu is Chinese toon tree). Its trunk is too gnarled and bumpy to apply a measuring line to, its branches too bent and twisty to match up to a compass or square.You could stand it by the road and no carpenter would look at it twice. Your words, too, are big and useless, and so everyone alike spurns them!"