Casting the net on the Other Side

Casting the Net on the other side comes from New Testament where Jesus commands his would be disciples who caught no fish the whole day to cast the net on the other side. Casting the net on the other side as an idiom would mean the arising situations which are favorable for one’s well being.

Example: By seeking employment in the Middle East, he is trying to cast the net on the other side.

When will my net by cast on the other side, perhaps by winning a windfall, it’s most likely.

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Author: psiberite

I am a Hellenic Philistine driven by the made pursuit of aestheticism, an existential nihilist and post modern deconstructionist.

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