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Posted by  Sandor Albert on July 04, 2003 at 12:03:09:

In Reply to:  we're NOT dogs. or are we? posted by oopmahs27 on July 03, 2003 at 17:12:39:

Respect and appreciation has to be earned. It isn't easy these days, but is managable. The first step is self respect.
We have to be men first, than we can be artists.
By being men I mean being straigthforward, determined and serene.
We have to be able to lift above every days misery, and dedicate ourselves for long term objectives. It keeps our head high and our eyes sharp. Beeing more perceptive gives us the edge we need to cut through ignorance and indifference.
Do not be afraid to cut in that lazy flash. The world cries for winners. Hesitation is sin.
Do not be afraid to lose. One victory can wash away ten losses' bitterness.

Leave the law and birocracy for those who can't live without them. Don't let them dominate your life. Mens spirit is the hunters spirit.
The hunters spirit is free.

 
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