In whom do you trust?
There is a common need within all of us for someone or some “thing” upon which we can depend, a constancy that will always be there for us and will never let us down. This world doesn’t supply that remedy, however. We’re all too weak and undependable for that big of a task.
How to Take Advantage of Reel Speed
Today’s fishing equipment has moved light years ahead from where it use to be, not only has the braking systems and equipment improved but the ability to purchase a reel that has speeds up to 10:1:1 speed is front and center.
Finding Joy Again
For people that have suffered trauma, the brain sometimes goes into a type of survival mode, to protect oneself, to feel safe. Sure, there are moments where contentment and happiness are felt. But many are plagued with persistent negative emotions — just plain stuck and feeling unhappy.
A Word About Mothers For Mothers’ Day
Ralph Waldo Emerson has said, “Men are what their mothers make them.” An old Spanish proverb says, “An ounce of mother is worth a pound of clergy.” This weekend, as we honor mothers, it’s good for us to think about how much they really do.
It is Almost Summer
Summertime adds more complexity to the fishing as the heat and lack of rain changes it drastically.