It is good to occasionally distance yourself from society and to immerse yourself into the hunt.
Tracking your target, getting you closer and closer to your prey, teaches you patience. Spotting your prey after days and days, teaches you not to act on your impulses. Taking aim, teaches you to know when and where to strike. Pulling the trigger, teaches you to act urgently. Seeing your prey fall, tells you that it was all worth it.
Together, the hunt brings you closer to God, for you learn reverence for his creation through the process.
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