The world needs more of them.
Except, there are no trophies or awards for killing a bird with one stone. It’s expected, if you don’t then you starve. Killing one bird with one stone is survival, it’s both work and life survival. If you can’t do it, someone else will, leaving you with just the stone. That’s not much of a keepsake.
There are however, small benefits to killing two birds with one stone. Often it gives you a slight advantage by freeing up your time or saving some other resource. There is no need to search around for two stones. For some reason though, in the real world, exchanging a stone for two birds will give you a bit more to eat at dinner but it doesn’t qualify you as a successful hunter.
So I ask, why kill two birds when you can get an entire flock with one stone? The stone throwers who take down an entire flock are the people who can take the 20 tasks of the week and finish them in one day. These people can go to a board meeting and instead of making the boss happy, can make every attendee and the company as a whole happy with the progress and achievement that they bring to the table. Getting an entire flock with one stone is possible and only the most successful do it.
That one stone you hold – ONE stone – can either land you searching for food or provide you with enough food while you take your time and enjoy your flock before you get another stone.
Stay Positive & Avoid Throwing At The “V” Formations, Those Are The Hardest
Garth E. Beyer