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Avg: n/a   Vote: 1 2 3 4 5    2 comments, last: Oct-22-2008   Add   Contributor:  TheTeam (Oct-21-2008)
Optimism: 3 Categories: Philosophical & Quality of Life, Population Growth and Control, Renewable Energy Sources

Don't judge each day by the harvest you reap but by the seeds that you plant.



 Author: Robert Louis Stevenson
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Vote: n/a     Comment by:  PT (David Alexander) (Oct-22-2008)   Web site
OK, AG. Talk about being literal-minded!

These seed always grow, they are eternal seeds of wisdom.

OK? It is a metaphor. :--)
  
Vote: n/a     Comment by: auntiegrav (auntiegrav) (Oct-22-2008)   

Obviously not written by a farmer.

Farming is all about killin' stuff and cleanin' up crap. We plow to kill the grass, we pull weeds to kill and clean. Meat comes from a lot of cleaning up after animals and the killing.

Anyone can plant a seed. Not anyone can get it to grow a decent harvest or keep harvest full every year or each week during the summer to go to market. Modern industrial farming is just a bunch of tractor drivers planting lots of seeds and paying someone else to spray or milk or kill or harvest. It's business, not life.

Poetry is not reality.

  
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