Felines have been revered and admired by many great cultures throughout history. Napoleon brought them from Egypt to kill rats and other small animals with infectious diseases in Europe. Since then, they have become such silent companions with supernatural gaze and incredibly cunning skills, with whom we have much to learn.
As Albert Einstein once said: “I do not have great talents, but a deep curiosity.”
Absolutely. Curiosity is the trait that makes us grow as living beings, expanding our knowledge and exploring options and paths based on our own needs. It is not common to find a fearful cat, who does not like to look through the window. If we look at our world with fear or stop experiencing certain things for fear of consequences, this little hunter inside us will not open all the doors that, from time to time, are offered by life. One must dare to explore with the secrecy and craft of a feline and know that the consequences can sometimes bring great discoveries to you
This is a surprising aspirational classic post thanks. I like that, "Cats do not Submit, they Negotiate" ( fearless and free )