Month: July 2017

Sustainable fishing

Back in the day we didn’t talk about sustainability and renewability mostly because we had different words for it.  Stewardship for instance.  Nowadays some folks seem to have a hard time with stewardship, so I thought I’d put it in nowadays terminology. Stewardship means taking care of something […]

Twice my gut saved my butt!

There’s this book by Gavin DeBecker, The Gift of Fear. Wonderful book about the wonderful gift that intuition can be, and how to learn to trust your gut intuition to get you out of dangerous situations.  It reminds me of a couple of stories about times when my gut […]

A Dangerous Business

One of the first (and most fun things) that you do when you begin blogging is to look at what blogs exist in your niche and find the ones that you love the most and try to figure out how they do what they do so well.  That’s […]

Irresistible Aiki

“Aikido is the principle of non-resistance. Because it is non-resistant, it is victorious from the beginning. Those with evil intentions or contentious thoughts are instantly vanquished. Aikido is invincible because it contends with nothing.” The above quote from Ueshiba, like a lot of what he said, sounds like […]

How to read a heading

(Sixth in a series) So, you’ve managed to find Old Mad John Redrum’s treasure map and you found the rock that looks like a witch’s nose, and you’ve used your trusty compass to figure out what direction to go. Did you ever wonder, how did Old Mad John […]