The message is really that money creates more problems than it solves. Being a fisherman with huge nets, I spend most of my time freezing off my Acapulco and enjoying the bird life overhead. Times when the sea is too rough to fish, I sit in my hovel demonstating needlework to the uninvited. I cant say as I have ever really noticed the crying need for huge wodges of cash that some chase after; and those that have, seem to be quite lost and disconsulate with all their means. It seems to me that it sort of holds you back and ties you down. There is nothing quite like the freedom of sailing off into a misty dawn and not terribly worrying too much where you might be going at all, not being able to feel my feet accepted. I suspect that if I had a lot of money then I would lose the romance of that experience which is special to me. More special that any relationship with any person.
Whilst many people seem to experience a terrific sense of self, there is an art to letting go in nature that is bigger than any win. It is true that the only freebe we have is the right to walk the earth; and mostly that's been removed by socialists in case we dont clean up after our dogs. To go where there is only nature and become lost, is, i have found, the only way I know to find oneself without coupons.
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