There¹s a Japanese Zen saying that says:

 "When you catch the fish, forget the net."

What are we ³fishing² for and what are we using to try to ³catch it²? :-)


On 5/16/06 6:05 PM, "Blossom" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> Susan, I second what leafjoy said, I also release the fish
> immediately. I would NEVER eat another animal as I've been a
> vegetarian for over 20 years. I guess we could all take every single
> thing we do in life and weigh it to see how harmful it is to others.
> Like, shouldn't you walk to work instead of drive so that your car's
> emissions don't pollute the precious air? But then if you walk to
> work, think how many insects' lives are at peril!! You could squash
> dozens!! What I'm trying to say is, none of us are perfect, never
> will be, no matter how much we pray or sit!! Peace to you friend.
> ~Blossom~

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