Time is the most precious commodity on the planet. You can never have enough of it, and without even trying, you end up using too much of it without thinking twice.
We buy things to make it easier to live and take less time to do things. We try to schedule time as if it bends to our will and will follow the course we have planned. In the end all of the time we spend isn't just our own, it's owned by others as well, because the interactions that take place between people have to be the sum of two separate peoples times added together to become that space that you share.
This is all just my putting words to a digital space to remind myself that if I spend time fishing, the fish have to take time out of their schedule to bite as well. It's what is making me realize that fishing is more complex than just throwing out a bait and spending time hoping that dinner jumps on my hook.
I need to spend more time researching things that will help my catching fish in order to make it possible to stop spending time working for someone else and start working for myself.