My Cat Has Cosmic Consciousness Part III or IV: She Partakes of Samsara by Playing with String

Of course, it is not that my cat merely sits all day and all night in a deep deep state of self fulfilling bliss. She eats, she runs around, and together, we play with string. When we begin to play, she is often uncertain; does she want to step into this cycle, does she not? She begins to bat, and eventually to catch the string, then repeatedly. Maybe she feels rewarded for this, as she lifts her head to my hand, string under her paw.

It is not that she doesn't 'enjoy'. Enjoyment must therefore be a helpful aspect of her samsaric adventures. She squawks with delight when I return after a long period of time away; her mew contains deep glee when I open her jar of treats. 

She is happy. She is a happy animal.

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Comment by Jitendra Darling on September 17, 2012 at 10:04am

This is a very interesting iteration of String Theory.  It's the first time I've seen it related to Cosmic Consciousness, though it makes complete sense, being that all dimensions are folded one within each other.  That alone would incline happiness to be everywhere as a default, or a choice, depending on the will mechanism of the organism.  Wise kitty...

Comment by Shikha on September 20, 2012 at 4:46pm

yup :o)


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