Our most profound lessons, first learned in childhood, must be relearned again and again throughout life. We know the fundamental principles all too well: fairness, honesty, optimism and love, to name a few. But in the wake of the daily grind, we forget. The universal human dilemma is this: Perspective is the perishable commodity.
Fishing restores perspective. When we escape to the solitude of quiet waters, the day's fleeting troubles seem to evaporate into the mist; in the presence of Nature, spiritual order is restored.
The observant angler has many lessons to learn, and this book addresses a few of them. Utilizing the words of renowned fishermen, writers and philosophers, each principle is examined in light of its application to fishing and, more importantly, its application to life.
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The Washington Post called Freeman "possibly the most prolific 'quote book' writer in America." With little fanfare, Dr. Freeman has compiled and edited well over a hundred titles that have now sold over 8 million copies. Criswell is a Doctor of Clinical Psychology, earning his undergraduate degree at Vanderbilt University. He is married and has two daughters.
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