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I wish i’d learnt how to fish all those years ago. I think i would have enjoyed it far more than i enjoyed kicking a football around. My grandad was a keen fisherman, back in the day. I always thought that there must have been something more satisfying than kicking a football like you do. Such as dipping your rod and waiting to see what you’d caught, having spent hours in thinking what it could be. To a lot of people it’s a pointless exercise but there are worse things you could do; you could watch grown men chase after a ball. Now, that’s pointless.M.J. Ryan, the author of “The Power of Patience,” explains that learning patience benefits health. Impatience causes stress, weakening your immune system and raising your blood pressure. Patience, meanwhile, makes you calmer and more content.
That’s what it is. Your mind feels better as you slow down and you see the importance of patience. Being as disabled as i am i’m no longer able to go fishing - not that i ever did - but i wish i could…

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