Does a cat have the Buddha-nature?


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15 Responses to “Does a cat have the Buddha-nature?”

  1. JD Dallager Says:

    Looks like a Field Marshall Turkish von Turkenstein strategic planning session to me! Heart rate is probably in the low teens.

    As they say: “Don’t sweat the small stuff…..and it’s all small stuff”.

    Aaaaaaaaaahhhh….to be so lucky!! 🙂

  2. Ira Says:

    “All life is suffering” somehow doesn’t seem to apply here.

  3. Pat O'Brien Says:

    Never could get past that all life is suffering law. So, I think Turk is one with the universe. Same thing?

  4. Libby Says:

    Turk could be a Zen Master. He is definitely a Master.

  5. Herb Clevenger Says:

    Cats could possibly save the planet if we just pay attention to them. Ever notice how they can find a sunspot in your house and bask in it luxuriously even on what appears to be an overcast day? Because of this innate sense to find a heat source, I predict Apple or maybe Tesla will develop miniature cat-mounted solar panels for recharging batteries thereby dropping our dependence further on fossil fools….er I mean fuels. And thinking of batteries, nothing can store and release energy like a cat. Just when I think our middle aged cat is getting as slow and fat as me, he’ll see a flying insect in the house and perform feats of athleticism beyond what you’d think possible even from a drug-pumped Soviet gymnast.

  6. Pat O'Brien Says:

    I think Turk just realized that he’s a genius. And, that he has been a genius and very stable his whole life. He’s relaxed because he knows he is smarter than anyone around him.

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