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Old 06-21-2012, 01:01 PM   #4
apbschmitz
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I do a couple things that are compensated in a laughable way — writing novels and building traditional kayaks. I keep doing them both because I enjoy making something out of next to nothing. For me, that's the prime motivator. Everything else is secondary. I feel good about selling a book, but it's not really the reason I bother. As an economic activity, stealing aluminum cans from recycling bins would make more sense. I don't view writing or boat building as purposeless, but you think it helps to look inside rather than outside for the justification.
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