Showing posts from January 22, 2006
Here is a list I started a few years back. Advice to the young man. Listen to yourself. Don't expect others to. Work to identify your basic needs even as far fetched and difficult they may be to cope with. The important thing is to realize that they are your basic needs. Work to identify how you should obtain your basic needs. Develop a vision of your life. You and your vision are sacred and should never be compromised. Make lists. If you don’t know how to make a list ask someone who does. Ask questions of your enemies, how else can you figure out what they are thinking. Of course years from now you will not consider them enemies but they were actually helpful in your development. Take self tests, but don’t take them seriously. Be nice to yourself. Don’t plan on anyone else being nice to you. You have the responsibility to be nice to yourself alone. Better yourself, and think about what that means. Work hard. Work hard at increasing your ability to work
I have a few more things on my list for today. I almost have the hose reel working right. I also have to get the radios back in my truck. I finally had the Motorola reprogrammed for the local repeaters. Douglas found a very heavy file cabinet and now I need to get off the truck and inside somehow. I have to review investments
It has been unseasonably mild out. Today it is 25 degrees and mostly clear and calm. The springs are really working out back. Even though it is 25 degrees out most of the water is not frozen and running very nicely since it is coming right out of the ground. I found a new spring that I did not know about today. You can see so much more in the woods this time of year. It is really nice to see through the woods and still see woods, not a neighbor, or dump or something. Woods to the left, right and center. I got a couple week's worth of wood today. The jeep is leaking gas. I will add that to its long list of ailments. I think if it had a spleen it may be close to being ruptured. It doesn't handle real well when you have the spings on the stubbers. It reminds me of the dog on the "Grinch that stole christmas." I ran a Carfax on the jeep. The following message was returned: