Hi,

In message "[ruby-talk:20755] Re: OReilly Ruby book has snail on cover"
    on 01/09/03, "Henning von Rosen" <henning / ikso.net> writes:

|I understand, but let's look at it the other way:
|
|look, camels walk strangley, and probably do not smell good; python snakes
|are very unfriendly and dangerous. Animal is animal, and every animal has
|it's own beauty, it's own advantage, that made it survive and thrive.
|
|Any interpreted language is slow, a snail is one of the few animals that can
|really make the best out of being slow. Besides, snails are really beautiful
|animals. So, why not think of the snail as a profound object-oriented
|zen-kind-of snail. In order to think deep, you need to relax. For me Ruby is
|a good tool, because it is deep, so a snail on the cover could be really
|inspirational.
|
|:-)!
|amike via Henning

I respect your positive way of thinking, and will try to follow.
I like you.  Thanks.

							matz.