Re: NANFA-- Off topic: For the philosophers among you
Wed, 25 Oct 2000 23:04:56 EDT

In a message dated 00-10-24 15:58:59 EDT, Sajjad wrote:

<< "Over half a century ago, Robinson Jeffers suggested that it may
be just as valid to turn outward: 'The whole human race spends too much
emotion on itself. The happiest and freest man is the scientist
investigating nature or the artist admiring it, the person who is
interested in things that are not human. Or if he is interested in human
beings, let him regard them objectively as a small part of the great
music.'" >>
I happen to feel very strongly that I'm most fulfilled when I'm in the wilds
of some of the mountain realms I happen to be fortunate enough to get to
visit alone. Add a good storm to that scenario and it's downright religious.
Bruce Scott
Meridian, Idaho

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