The lesson from Little Black…

In normal life routine, Little Black, the little kitten is following mum whenever she goes especially  during our working day.

He can understand whatever mum sharing with him.. he knew when is the feeding time of vitamin and medicine, when to clean his body, normally he’ll be waited mum patiently every morning.

As he is wearing e-collar, he can’t take food by himself. So, he’ll communicate to us to request for food. We can understand well!

Whenever mum take a nap in day bed, he’ll jump and sleep beside her. What a warm moment!

I remember that an interview between Ajahn Chah and reporter, “How can he communicate with all his westerner disciples as he didn’t know foreign language? Ajahn gave a very simple answer as “How we communicate with our pet? Are we using the same language?”

Let’s contemplate about it, there is no barrier on language, most important is loving kindness and compassion.

Every time, whenever mum is preparing food in kitchen, Little Black is following her too.

I felt so touched when I look at the below scene..

Little Black is sharing half of his seat with mum… He is shown " Filial Piety" and also gratitude to my mum..

Little Black is sharing half of his seat with mum… He is shown ” Filial Piety” and also gratitude to my mum..

A little kitten also know how to be gratitude and care for his love one.

How about us?

Have you ever be gratitude to your family members, your friends, your neighbor, your colleagues….?

Good men and bad men differ radically. Bad men never appreciate kindness shown them, but wise men appreciate and are grateful. Wise men try to express their appreciation and gratitude by some return of kindness, not only to their benefactor, but to everyone else.

By Buddha

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