The day started by having to get up at two o’clock in the morning followed by a long car ride and normally when I am in a car I can fall asleep, but this morning I was too excited to do that. Then we had a long cold boat ride that took us to the hunting spot. I was hunting in a blind on Flat Lake. My Dad had won the blind in a raffle held every three years at Jerseyville. The blind was on 1 of 4 lakes in the area, roughly five miles from the Illinois River, and about 20 miles north of Grafton, Illinois.
For the McCleanes, it was driving into the backwoods of the Black Forest early in the morning, hiking to their favorite fishing spot and letting the morning pass by in silent relaxing competition. Fishing seemed to have taken on a superior purpose in the McClean family. It was incorporated into everything including church lectures, dinner and basic family conversation. Like in any activity, there will always be someone that wins. I particularly liked how the dad seemed to almost gloat at the fact that he had caught a more marvelous, splendid looking fish than the boys.
And not the child’s mind only. The adult’s mind too-all his life long. The mind that judges and desires and decides- made up of these suggestions. But all these suggestions are our suggestions!” Although stability is achieved by such instilled thoughts and uniformed education. On the other hand, the society lacks its true values, which are variables and various ideas from individuals.
We caught 3 good size Dolphins (Mahi Mahi, not bottle nose dolphins) and 1 Triple Tale. It was a pretty exciting day, but the best part is getting to stock our freezer with fresh, wild caught fish straight from the sea! This of course got me thinking about Farm Raised vs. Wild Caught...I've heard some good and bad about both so I thought I would do some research myself and find out which is truly better... Farm Raised- Consists of raising fish commercially in tanks, enclosures and controlled pens across the country usually in lakes, ponds, rivers and oceans. Due to their compact living situations and feed, they tend to have more diseases, toxins, artificial dyes, antibiotics and contain more fat then compared to their wild caught versions. Wild Caught - These fish tend to be higher in Omega 3 fatty acids, protein and contain very low levels of disease as well as being free from antibiotics, pesticides & artificial dyes.
We would be able to transcend our daily actions and thoughts towards others and understand that all we are seeking is happiness in one way or another. In our world, we tend to think of ourselves as separate from everything and everyone else. There is no sense of unity we find it difficult to relate to others’ pain and suffering. The most that people do is show sympathy for others which is not the same as compassion. Sympathy is the feeling of pity and
Hunting is a sport, it challenges your brain and helps you vision when looking for movement. Hunting is a fun and enjoy the sport, it allows you to watch how wildlife works in mother nature. Most people hunt for the fun, to wake up early drink some coffee and go to your stand and look at God's’ beautiful earth. I have a lot of memories hunting and i've learned a lot of how to hunt and what to use from mistakes in the past. My most favorite memory was when it was a runt season in the middle of November, and a little buck ran into my stand chasing a doe.
I was in Corpus visiting my brother, when he announced that we were going fishing. YES! I love to go fishing, and going fishing with my brother is always the best time. What he neglected to tell me was that we were going to be wade-fishing. He took me to a remote location, which was “prime” angling, as he would say.
More and more of human life takes place within its walls, so that today there is hardly any human activity that does not occur within this house.” When we take the time to contemplate what a huge part of our life involves technology we then begin to see how much it really does control our lives, this can be likened to law equally. It is invisible to us, it is so deeply ingrained within each one of us we barely even realise it is there. It’s not something we consciously think about, quite like breathing. What would happen without it? Throughout most cultures it has been found that we instinctively categorise and label others, on whether we consider them in or outside groups we belong to.
I found the way teh little fish swimmed around to be absolulely mesmorizing! We would all fish until sunset, and then the greates part of the day would begin. My day and uncle would pick up sticks and dry wood around us, and then we would all sit around the dampfire telling stories. Sometimes my dad would talk of the fishing trips he went on when he was a little boy, and of grandfather who had passed away several years before. Other times we just told scary stories; either way this was always entertaining.
Is this the right treatment to your so-called best friend? I would like to discuss to you about dog cruelty especially on dog slaughtering and eating. According to my research, dog slaughtering and eating is the most common type of dog cruelty here in our country. Do you know that despite a national law banning the practice, close to 500,000 dogs are slaughtered and eaten here in the Philippines every year? Even though since 1998 it is illegal to consume dog meats, the complete lack to enforce this law allows the markets and the restaurants to openly sell live dogs as well as dog meat.