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The Value Of Sheep

Posted in Undogegorized by chamblee54 on December 26, 2012

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There is a video out now, where the speaker says
“It is better to live one day as a lion than 100 years as a sheep.” This man must not like to wear wool.
A lion is a predator. It lurks in the jungle, and kills to eat. It does not produce anything except it’s own survival. A sheep lives in a community. Every once in a while, it gets the coat clipped, and grows another one. The fur goes to make woolen clothing, which keeps people warm in winter.

Maybe if you want to be an egophile, living on the destruction of your neighbor, then you might be better off as a lion. If you want to contribute something of value to others, it is better to be a sheep.

Pictures are from The Library of Congress. When these pictures were made, there was a law about copyrights. If you worked for the federal government as a photographer, the pictures were in the public domain. You could not copyright these images.

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