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Old 01-18-2008, 09:21 PM   #6
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Originally Posted by GinnyG View Post
Well, let's see if I can wax philosophical for you.

Frogging is actually a ZEN experience. Where else in life can you actually "undo" mistakes by simply pulling on a piece of thread. If only all lifes mistakes were simple to correct.
It's very true - I like the simplicity of it. When I was younger I used to do complex maths when I was stressed because it had a process and a solution - there were set rules to apply, something the situations in my life didn't really benefit from...
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