When I first starting reading this it brought back a conversation I had had with a classmate at a class reunion. We were talking about what we ere doing. I had mention I spent a lot of tine on the computer and reading. He was a fisherman . Had fished I so neat places. But he asked me, "what do you do all day. Tweedle your fingers?"
It got me to thinking about what activities we do that are of more worthiness. I mean just how much more worthy is sitting in a boat, or standing in a stream or siting on a lake shore waiting for so creature to be enticed by what a person had dangled in front of it, compared to looking a many various websites gathering new information about the world. Or any other activit for that matter
Just why is on activity judge more worthy. As for Fishing, was it it Walt Whitman who wrote those poems about fishing? Is that where that started?
If we don't count our blessings We are just wasting our time
Planting trees for work, tending his garden for relaxation playing his guitar and taking photos uploading the photos for others to enjoy cooking organic veggies for he & the wife playing on the internet after she's gone to bed gouging for opal with his mates for fun and profit knockin' back tinnies around the fire with his mates sorting & polishing opal in his shed (his "man-cave") Visiting & playing with his grand daughter on weekends
you know: The Good Life
Simple philosphy: 1) Enough is enough (enough food in your belly & a roof over your head) 2) Life's too short to waste it on dickheads.
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