Every morning, Little Black is following me when I do yoga & breathing exercise and meditation.
He know how to entertain and play with himself. He is so much behave, seldom disturb.
He might jump out from window and walk on the roof, play for a while, then he know how to come back.
This morning, he was so adventurous and jump down from the roof, and went for a walk.
I am unaware he was out until I heard mum shouted, ” Little white! Little black, ….”
Immediately, I ran out to check what was happened, apparently the Black cat attacked Little black again.
The black cat bullied the little kitten again in less than 12 hours….Unbelievable!
I took torch-light out and search for Little black, however, mission failed.
When I got home, I saw him sat in the living hall in fear and stress, he has lost his collar and he was in shock condition again.
We do our best to comfort him….
Mum shared with me once I got home after work that, “Little black slept from morning until 5pm…, he still look in fear, he didn’t dare to get out from home….”
Even until now, Little black still look like “stone”….
From this incident, we learn that we must be mindful on our body, speech and action, not to cause any harm or suffering to others.
“My actions are my only true belongings. I cannot escape the consequences of my actions. My actions are the ground on which I stand.”
Be compassion and loving kindness whenever, wherever we are, remember that our objectives are to bring happiness, joy and smiling faces instead of sad faces.