Different Point of View

We spent too much of yesterday dealing with a broken hot water heater, resulting in the third visit from a repairman this week and generating a lot of grumbling from us about planned obsolescence. We’ve been mindful lately of the words of the great philosopher Tyler Durden:  “The things you own, end up owning you.”

So when I went to check on the animals, it was refreshing to see the pigs enjoying themselves, wholly unconcerned with such things.

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6 comments on “Different Point of View

  1. Bob Braxton says:

    Diamond: “sweet – care-free swine” – zenbox
    2013.04.03 Wed
    @sfrizwan:
    good things come to an~
    end, To make way for even~
    better things ahead
    #haiku

    2013.08.27 Tue twi-lit
    capture
    life in
    a song

    Fred
    let-
    -ter

    ‘touched me’
    so its
    not just
    lyrics

    so much to
    him meant so
    much to me

    © 2013 RobertJulianBraxton

    2013.02.02 Sat twi-lit
    Ensō (円相)
    -less song my
    life flow-ing
    on in end-

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  2. El Guapo says:

    Hey, happy pigs makes up for a lot of distress.

    I’m impressed by the Fight Club quote. Gotta say, didn’t expect that here.
    (See, I told you you’re a Renaissance Man.)

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  3. shoreacres says:

    On the other hand, those pigs depend on you as much as you depend on repairmen.

    As long as we’re quoting philosophers, let’s not forget Janis: “Freedom’s just another word for nothing left to lose”.

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  4. Bill says:

    The pigs would manage without me, but they wouldn’t get fat as quickly. There is a certain planned obsolescence about them as well, however, but they’re happily oblivious to it. 🙂

    Janis was quoting the great philosopher Kris Kristofferson. Tyler Durden said something similiar, “It’s only after we’ve lost everything that we’re free to do anything.”

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  5. TexWisGirl says:

    how very cute. 🙂

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