These Things Seem True
- All problems are smaller or gone after a nap.
- Cats could be man's best friend, like the dog, but we cats don't want to lower our standards.
- We cats eat your food, but we don't say "Thank you." The fact that we are back an hour later begging for more should tell you "We love it and are grateful!"
- Cats don't read the newspaper, but we love to lay on it and, therefore, are much happier.
- Cats could come when humans called, but humans would start expecting it always to happen. We cats don't like to commit to anything in the future because we live in the "now". Each "now" moment is savored and fully experienced before we move on to the next "now".
- Sometimes we do things humans don't like to give them practice developing love and patience. They need it -- and owe us cats for being good teachers.
- I only play games that I know I will win. The satisfaction of winning is the reward for all that expended play-energy that humans like watching.
- When I'm on the bed alone, and all is quiet, that is proof to me that everything in the world was made for me and each "now" moment that I slowly move through.
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