I thought I’d give a shout out to my favorite fish. I know there are many others out there (and it’s a big fish), but it’s been a long time since we’ve been able to see so many fish in one place. I’ve been trying to get more fish in the pond lately, both in our backyard and my pool.
The pond. Thats right, my pool. I am so out of my mind when it comes to pool time. I spend so much time in them, I can never get out. I have to go to the water right before I go to sleep. I also have to go to the water before I leave for work.
pool time is a favorite of mine. I love spending time in the water and getting some sun. I used to spend so much time there, that I had a pool there for a long time. But I had to sell it when we moved. The house is over 300,000 square feet so it was an impossible task. It was just too big to move. And I still have to get the pool cleaned, so it means I have to go to the water before I go to work.
But pools are only created in pools. The water in the pool comes from an aqueduct and pumps you to the pool. In the movie, the pools are a metaphor for the self. You don’t really need to go to the water before you go to work, but you do need to go to the water before you leave the house. If you don’t go to the water before you leave the house, then you might as well not go to work at all.
There’s an actual point in the movie where you are swimming in the pool and you feel your body going into a state of suspended animation. That is because the water is moving you like a raft through the water. It’s a metaphor for the self.
The problem with the water metaphor is that it is somewhat inaccurate. You probably feel that way more than you actually do. A lot of the time we are swimming in the pool we are not actually in the water. We are on some kind of boat. Its a metaphor for the self.
I think the water metaphor is the best one in the movie. If you are ever in a pool and you feel you are going into a state of suspended animation, it is likely that you are not actually in the water.
In the movie, a lot of it is true, but I think the water metaphor is inaccurate at best. If you get into the water and you don’t feel you are swimming, you are probably not in the water on the surface. You feel the water is underneath you, but you don’t actually feel that you are in the water.
If you feel you are in the water, you probably are. Some people will float down to the water, others will just float above it. A good analogy might be a pool with a hole in it. You could float down into the pool or you could float up out of it.
Fisher seems to be the same, although I don’t know why he can’t just be a swimmer. Either way, the point is that even if you feel like you are in the water, you probably are not. That’s because you are not in the water. Instead, you are in the ocean.