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Had to replace my dishwasher that I bought last weekend. I hit a snag and ended up needing to cut a little pipe, so the high pressure line matched the new device. I could have quit, but I was part of a Construction Engineer Unit for the first 2/3rd of my Army Life. It may have been over 10 years since I've cut a piece of pipe. But, victory!
Moral of the story is that people give up now a days too quick. We bougie American's have forgotten the trades and how to be self sufficient. Our founding father TJ was extremely mindful of this and warned us to remain Yeoman Farmers to remain virtuous participants within the American Republic. I concur. Replacing, troubleshooting, and succeeding is are basic skills we can deploy in our Civic lives. You must diagnosis the problem, choose a solution, the hard WORK of problem solving to do the repairs, think on the fly, and most importantly- remain focused on what you set out to do. No pictures of yoga, but I did that too.