All the food is in our hands... * The sight has lost its bone. * Monologue of an anthill: we, the residents of corridors used to this… * One who knows how to wait - respect. * I have a sense of taste...
The hunter is happy. The hunter who has caught the prey is happy in the double. Give your customers joy, make a discount of their hunting trophy. When you get a discount, it's gone. Joyfully - when getting a discount turns into a hunt, quest, feat or job.
Take an example of a hunter's determination with a woodpecker. Take an example of patience from a spider. The woodpecker does not just peck, but listens, finding his food by the sound. The spider is not just waiting for its prey, but tirelessly weaves its beautiful webs.
A hole in the wall should not be hammered with your head like a woodpecker, but with specially created tools. Man differs from other animals in that in order to catch a bird of fortune, he can weave a net, make a bow and arrow, and generally approach the process of hunting creatively.
I like the Light. When it's light around, everything is clear and easily seen for miles around. Light means understanding, in the first place. You understand everything and it makes you happy...
Darkness, twilight, fog – all of them make things unclear. It gives way to mystery and secrets. Clearness and "I see" disappear. You resemble a hedgehog in the fog even to yourself. You're surrounded by shadows and fears. And it's really cold in the darkness... Darkness and fog are full of misunderstanding and deception. You don't understand anything and it makes you unhappy...
And even though there are opportunities and nice perspectives for hunting hidden in the dark, however, I'm not fond of darkness and besides it's possible to hunt during daytime as well. Of course, the light has many disadvantages. Sometimes, noonday heat may drive you crazy or all potential meals hid themselves in their holes. You're visible to all your enemies and they see you perfectly well from afar. But daytime remains daytime. And living in the darkness, like a night predator, or being a night predator who never sees daylight- is a questionable pleasure.
Decent people hunt in the morning. And generally morning is the best time for working. Doing things with a clear head when the sun is not too bright is great!
Variothoughts can be compared with hunting and fishing. One gets real pleasure from fishing when fish get hooked and when the kill is caught during hunting. The same can be said about thinking- it's a big pleasure to find some more or less decent thought. And it also resembles collecting things. As finding some new unique nice thought for a collection is a big pleasure and joy.
Religious books are usually written by people of great wisdom. You read them and read...and see it's all nonsense nonsense and nonsense...and then just a single line, a thought of 'diamond wisdom'. A wonderful, right thought that simply gets imprinted in your mind. It's like light, like a revelation. You'll never forget this thought. It will always remain in your mind and be the light in the dark.
Besides, as far as I'm concerned, authors do it on purpose when they consciously put this light of wisdom into nonsense. It's a contrast that makes wisdom seem so brilliant that it won't be forgotten. You may feel yourself a hunter. You wander through the dark jungle of obscurantism and look for some light. And suddenly you find it... It's such a pleasure and happiness to find light among the dark jungle.
I've also noticed that authors of such books have a great sense of moderation and harmony as they delicately put the diamonds of wisdom in the text- not too frequently and not too rarely. It's not in every line but as soon as you get a bit tired, you suddenly see it in the text and it makes you joyful and enthusiastic about keeping on reading. And thus, you wander through the dark jungle from one thought to another and feel yourself a hunter and every new catch brings you joy. It's not only a hero who is joyful, as Nietzsche once said. But it's also a hunter who is joyful as well.
Any hunt is always about searching, being excited and expending some effort. An easy catch never brings joy. While something too hard to get makes one lazy and passive.
A perfect woman resembles a lioness. She's strong and brave, and a good hunter with sharp teeth. She respects her lion and listens to him and loves her baby lions. And she sees everyone around as enemies or food and is ready to tear everyone who gets too close to pieces.
You attack because you're a hunter. You are hungry and you need some resources. And the resources can be totally different. For instance, you may need slaves to make them work for you.
You attack because you are scared. And it's a self-defense, a counterblow or preventive measures.
You attack because you go crazy and see everyone as your enemy. And it's a disease. Besides, there are different types of craziness: paranoia, madness, or megalomania. The motives of any crazy psycho are covered with the mist of mental illness.
- And where does stupidity belong to? - To the first two types.
A hero is joyful when performing feats. A hunter is joyful when catching a take. A master is joyful when creating a masterpiece. A doctor is joyful when making something whole again. A killer is joyful when giving freedom from life. A helper is joyful when helping those who make something joyful.
A run of bad luck is like night after daylight as it's a function of time rather than of action.
P.S. Theoretically, it's possible to hunt at night but I doubt whether a human being can be a good night predator. The best time for hunting is morning.
The same goes for studying at night. Obviously, it's a big mistake. As it's morning hours which are the best for mental activity and studying. And some hours during daytime when the brain works at capacity. While it becomes really tired by evening so that there's not much it can offer.
«Morning is wiser than evening when it comes to work and studying»
Though there are exceptions to this rule. Due to the fact that night time is associated with chaos and novelty, any creative work aimed at catching night thoughts, goes well... Thus, it's nice to think at night and study during daytime.
The more useful and beautiful (including novelty) a result is, the more success it will bring. However, the problem is that big results are the children of big goals and it takes a lot of time and efforts to fulfil big goals. That's why those who hunt for cranes in the bush at first seem to be less successful than titmouse hunters.
Mind has not created the unity of love, but loneliness hunters. But the unity of love is what gave birth to the hunter and the place where his mind lives. The unity of the crowd does not generate thoughts, but absorbs them. Embodies them, eats them and follows them.
Catcher winds in the prose of J. D. Salinger is a way of Ecclesiastes. The metaphor of man, like a squirrel in a wheel, pursuing vain things, things that have no end and no beginning. Seeker of winds – is a gene, extending the tail of the dog.
"Windcatcher" is someone who seeks love. Love is like the wind, it brings clouds. Love is the flow of energy, clouds are the source of rain and life. Water is energy, luck and money. Vain is all this, for the winds are eternal. Why run after something that's already begging for your hands? All you need is to rise in spirit, inhale, catch the wind with your chest.