5 thoughts on “Chipmunk Taking A Rest

    1. Bix Post author

      Thank you. The chipmunk was sitting there waiting for it, like, “Alright, Bix, I’m ready for my closeup.”

      Not a photographer, maybe a vet. Or maybe both. I like wildlife. Maybe study music, create sounds. Can you have a career as a hermit? I’ve considered it.

      I would like to be a genie and give everyone in the world three wishes. There is so much talent hidden behind a life of labor.

      I don’t know, there’s just too many ways to finish the sentence: “If I had it to do over, I’d_______________.”

      How would you?

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      1. forumholitorium

        Tough question, but a good Gedankenexperiment. One thing I’ve thought about often is how if I went to college again, I would double major in anthropology or geography (social science) and botany or ornithology (natural science).

        You can kind of have a career as a hermit if you join a contemplative order.

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        1. Bix Post author

          Your photography of natural scenes and landscapes if beautiful. You definitely have an eye.

          It does seem that as life progresses, interests change. I had very little interest in history as I was growing up. I want to say that I regret not paying attention more, but that’s just not who I was then.

          I was thinking of this quote:
          Those who cannot learn from history are doomed to repeat it.

          And saw this, on Wikipedia, which I also like (less the savages part):
          When experience is not retained, as among savages, infancy is perpetual.

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