A fish sleeps and dreams as if it were a man and lived on land. The awakening of the mind turns a man into a fish. Reality is a reflection in the mirror of the ocean. In the depths of the ocean lives a fish that looks at the underside of the mirror and fantasizes about how to get out on land and take over the world.
Of many human passions, fishing is perhaps one of the most useful for spirit and body. Fishing teaches patience, grants peace and joy, pleasure and excitement, providing, therewith, the time to think about life and routine matters. Fishing is an excellent meditation.
Man does not live in the cave of his mind. Man is a fish that lives under water and from under the water looks at the real world. The border and the waves significantly distort the vision of reality from under the water.
Separating the wheat from the chaff is fishing. The fish that is caught in the net of sins and vices is the chaff. The fish whose shepherd is Jesus will be saved. Salvation in Christ means becoming part of the fish school of the Church and escaping the temptations of the devil together.
The Kingdom of heaven is like a net, and the disciples of Jesus are fishermen, fishers of men... Sinners are fish, I don't think the sinners of nothing but pleasures and vices. Christians feed on sinners, slaves to their pleasures.
Humility is when you ignore something that isn't there. A lie is something that doesn't exist. Perfection is something that doesn't exist. The ideal is what is not. Black is something that isn't. 99% of being is something that isn't there. 99% of the parts are not. The network consists of 1% of what is and 99% of what is not.
Humility is the realization that one can fall into the net of sin through no fault of one's own. The devil is a gambling poacher who does not disdain anything. Moreover, the highest diabolical arbitrariness was the idea of breeding fish on farms.
Fish, you caught on the game and the phone, fun and entertainment, movies and TV shows, money, food and dreams of a beautiful life... You have not eaten, but the gills have already taken you and now you're a horse…