mattski wrote:this seems sad matt....are you content with this?
not at the moment, i need a couple of days off climbing might go fishing
The Chief wrote:Guy, aren't you just full of good tidings and judgement tonight.
My dearest apologies for making you sick and not fulfilling your expectations of how a climber should behave. Guess I just aint a "real climber".
Seems I have read this somewhere else on this site in the past.... unfkingbelievble.
mattski wrote:thats pritty heavy daria true thow /Its like some thing out of a text book/
Daria wrote:The way this question is posed is inherently flawed. To assume that one sacrifices implies that one has to "give up something of value, worth, and to accept this under unsalvageable terms and conditions".
The fact is, we choose climbing over things that we simply don't care about. Not caring about something implies low to nonexistent perceived worth. If we don't care about some things, we don't mind "sacrificing or giving them up" in favor of climbing, since the lack of the sacrificed entities doesn't affect us anyway.
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