你真的喜歡山嗎?

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   By Green Hiker on Saturday, August 23, 2008 - 1:18 pm:  Edit

我不沈迷行山.但我有一個朋友是行山癡.可惜他越行山就越癡!越行山就越病!怎麼辦?

   By 山友 on Thursday, August 21, 2008 - 7:45 pm:  Edit

行山只是生活的一小部份,不能因喜歡,甚至過於喜歡而忽略其他東西.行山行久了,我發覺需要改變一0下生活方式─不再星期六和星期日都去晒行山.

   By 行山人 on Wednesday, August 20, 2008 - 6:06 pm:  Edit

巳有一段日子沒有行山了.這並不是我對行山的喜歡程度減少,而是行山不再是我惟一的社交活動.香港靚的風景不再透過行山可以找到.

   By 資深行山人 on Friday, May 23, 2008 - 8:19 pm:  Edit

真的喜歡行山的人,是為行山而行山,是為討論行山而上行山網,並不是在行山網四處騷擾.開此一欄的人是喜歡行山的人?

   By 行山人 on Sunday, April 13, 2008 - 1:48 pm:  Edit

縱然不是次次都有"不可思議"的體驗和經歷.但行山確實曾令我得到這體驗和經歷.是一次極寶貴的體驗和經歷.這經歷不是刻意想得到的,而是自然而得的.當人置身於大自然的時候,大自然的不可思議的啟發力,就在不知不覺中發揮出來.
行山人幾時都愛行山.

   By 資深行山人 on Thursday, March 27, 2008 - 5:09 pm:  Edit

I like hiking. For spending my time on hiking =spending my time on love.

   By 我愛行山 on Friday, February 15, 2008 - 8:04 pm:  Edit

我喜歡行山.但香港可行的山都行過了.我較喜歡行離島,例如大嶼山一帶.行山時,我最開心的是見到蝴蝶、蜻蜓、蜜蜂仔、松鼠仔、山羊、雀鳥、野花、彩虹.
如果是跟隊行山,我較喜歡的領隊和行友是"有度"的人,即是言行舉止是適可而止的人.

山行多了,我得到甚麼?大自然帶給我的,多過是行山人士帶給我的.所以我仍喜歡行山,即使香港的山...

   By 資深行山人 on Sunday, November 11, 2007 - 5:24 pm:  Edit

你真的喜歡行山嗎?問得好!只是實踐的人太少了!
真喜歡行山的人士,他們有高度的價值觀─對、錯、是、非...,說話總不會前言不對後語,而是言出必行的人.這些真正喜歡行山的人士是務實者、是實幹精神者、是情、理兼備者,是智者、是講道理者、是肯承擔責任者、是會認錯、改過、不重蹈覆轍─不做浪費者.
唉!要數下去,還有很多呢!
以上是我行山時所得到的財富!

   By 愛山人 on Saturday, September 22, 2007 - 9:04 pm:  Edit

我愛山是因為一山還有一山高的美
我愛行山是因為山外有山山有景

   By 資深行山人 on Monday, September 17, 2007 - 7:39 pm:  Edit

真正喜歡山或行山的人是被大自然的山的感染力所感染的人.

   By 行山人 on Sunday, September 16, 2007 - 2:52 pm:  Edit

如果不喜歡行山,為什麼要在山上出現呢?除非是在山上工作啦.不過,行山人就見到有些行完山的人都未能透過這有益身心靈健康的遠足活動而得到滿足,卻仍然保持做電腦狂魔招來不必要的禍!真是可惜!

   By haha on Monday, May 28, 2007 - 1:58 pm:  Edit

Reason for hiking:

1) Can breath excellent air quality.
2) Good for health.
3) Low cost but healthy and fun recreation.
4) Can interact with the nature in H.K.
5) Temporary leave for the crowd.
6) Does not very enjoy modern digital entertainment and seek for natural/physical recreation.

   By Hiker on Tuesday, February 13, 2007 - 8:19 pm:  Edit

Silence is the answer? Silence gives consent? Hiker wonders why無名字likes using "MARRIAGE" and "DIVORCE" as example. May be無名字has more than one painful experienced in divorce and無名字的"DEEP LIFE" is divorce, that's why 無名字 is still in a puzzle about "PRACTICAL INTERACTION"
Is this forum only for talking about "HIKING"? May be無名字misunderstood and misresponded the post of Hiker. Hiker was not talking about the practical interaction with marriage and divorce, but the relationship between "DEEP LIFE" and "HIKING", the practical interaction with
"NATURE" and with Thousands of people.
無名字.how many times you've experienced in divorce, I have no wish to know about your story, and I take no interest in 'MUNDANE LOVE"(塵俗、玩玩下的愛情). I just know thousands of people have a "HAPPY MARRIAGE" not because of"FLAWLESS", but they "BELIEVE PRACTICAL INTERACTION WITH PASSION OF LOVE" , so they have "BOTH". Are you the "HAPPIEST ONE", not the unhappiest one, 無名字? Hope you are the happiest one.
Good luck.

   By HIKER on Monday, February 12, 2007 - 3:21 pm:  Edit

POOR!POOR!POOR!
Flawed " THOUGHT", flawed "WORDS" drew flawed CONCLUSION" and raise a foolish question. Anyone who don't believe "PRACTICAL INTERACTION" no longer because he/she has had a painful experience of "DIVORCE". Are "YOU" one of them, 無名字? May be "YOU" are one of them,
"Thousands of them are out there."
Are you going to share more ? Especially this word"FLAWED".
POOR! POOR! POOR!

   By 無名字 on Sunday, February 11, 2007 - 10:25 pm:  Edit

"Practical interaction", eh? Here's one example. Thousands of them are out there, if you care to see.

A man and a woman can live together for years. They call this marriage. This form of interaction should be quite 'practical', right? Then one day they go separate ways. They call it a divorce. And then they discover their interaction has always been flawed: THEY HAVE NEVER BEEN ABLE TO READ THE MIND OF ONE OTHER!

Still believe in "practical interaction"?

   By HIKER on Sunday, February 11, 2007 - 4:06 pm:  Edit

How can we truly understasnd a person's deep life only by reading his/her writings if without practical interaction with him or her. May be we can at least read his/her mind by reading.

   By HIKER on Sunday, February 11, 2007 - 4:02 pm:  Edit

How can we truly understasnd a person's deep life only by reading his/her writings if without practical interaction with him or her. May be we can at least read his/her mind by reading.

   By 水田 on Tuesday, July 06, 2004 - 11:30 am:  Edit

最近在yahoo.com.hk打上"登山及大自然"等字,網上有數
百個有關資料及文獻,看了幾十個而已,已感到得益匪淺,而大部份文章皆是來自台灣人寫的,令我這個自以為喜歡行山的人大開眼界..原來行山當中有很深的學問.也有很多的啟發...令我多了很多的角度來看行山這回事...真希望大家可以去看看...然後認真的思考自己為甚麼要去行山了..當然..每個人帶著的目的都不樣...但我想...行山的最終目的應該是不離愛山及在大自然的懷抱學習謙卑吧!可有同感嗎?

   By 多口 on Tuesday, July 06, 2004 - 4:10 pm:  Edit

如果你想在這裡碰到有同感的人,可能要<行遠D>囉.只要看看呢處的post最多是關於甚麼你就會明.

仲唔明?買電筒啦.

   By Sundance on Friday, December 30, 2005 - 3:24 pm:  Edit

I hope what 多口 says does not reflect the majority of opinions here. 水田 obviously considers hiking more than simply putting one foot in front of the other. I would love to hear more of his/her thoughts.

   By 多口 on Friday, December 30, 2005 - 4:47 pm:  Edit

The term 'hiking' means quite differently to different people. If you care to read more of the posts here, you should get a "feel" of what it really means to most of the people here. You may then also appreciate that the 'values' propounded by 水田 is rarely understood or respected here. Contrary to what you might have believed, I fully appreciate and share those values. What I did try to say back then was: many here do say they love "hiking". However, 'hiking' to them very obviously means anything BUT THOSE VALUES. You see what I mean?

   By Sundance on Saturday, December 31, 2005 - 9:02 am:  Edit

I agree. Different people probably find their own personal rewards from hiking, some purely physical, others aesthetic, some even spiritual. I do think, however, most hikers share common appreciation of nature. Without that appeciation, one might as well walk on a threadmill.

   By Sundance on Saturday, December 31, 2005 - 9:17 am:  Edit

treadmill that is

   By 無名字 on Monday, January 22, 2007 - 9:30 pm:  Edit

Dear Sundance,

I chanced to come across this. Though I am still on it but I think you might be interested. A quote:

"I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately, to front only the essential facts of life, and see if I could not learn what it had to teach, and not, when I came to die, discover that I had not lived."

Strictly speaking 'Walden" has got nothing to do with "hiking". However, there is a lot in the bit about Thoreau's experience 'living in the woods' (the pond). I guess we could experience something similar if we open our eyes (mind?) when we hike.

Guess where I "chanced" to know about Thoreau? You may not believe it - a book by Jon Kabat-Zinn, and you should know which two.

   By Sundance on Tuesday, January 23, 2007 - 2:39 pm:  Edit

Dear 無名字, Thanks for this insightful quote from Walden. Much of what Thoreau wrote about life and nature still ring true today. He lived in the woods to escape from the complicated and mundane life, and that was in 1845!
Could Jon Kabat-Zinn's book be "Whereas You Go, There You Are"? Good one too!

   By 無名字 on Tuesday, January 23, 2007 - 6:18 pm:  Edit

Dear Sundance. Spot on! In fact I'd recommend "Wherever You Go, There You Are" to anyone who is interested in Buddhism, not as a religion or faith, but as a way of life.


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