Happy weekend!

Lately, I was extremely busy, It has been quite a while that I never take a walk in garden with my lovely cats. Since mum is sick, I need to prepare breakfast and handle chores in the morning. After few months of practice, I can handle and manage my cooking well. Practice make perfect!

This morning, I take a walk in garden with my lovely cats, Little Black, Miss Mimi and  newly joined family members, Miss SiSi and Miss San San. How great that we can step on green! How happy when I see my lovely cats are enjoying outdoor activities! They are so alive!

Our dearest, Miss Mimi and Little Black. We respect for their generosity for sharing their home with Miss SiSi and Miss San San. They are willing to share their toy, food and any other things.

Our dearest, Miss Mimi and Little Black. We respect for their generosity for sharing their home with Miss SiSi and Miss San San. They are willing to share their toy, food and any other things.

This make us to question ourselves, “Are you willing to share your belonging with others?” It’s easy to say, “I am willing.” In reality, it might be challenging. When people approach us, say for donation, some of us might even say no. Some of us, might always put our need as priority and forget about sharing with others. How wonderful if we can treat others like ourselves! Look at our lovely cats, they can!

I love to observe the playing times of them. We believe Miss San San is indoor cat, perhaps she is always stay in cage. She doesn’t know much about jumping, climbing and surviving skill. Miss SiSi is her best friend and teacher now. She learned her skill from her dearest younger sister.

Miss San San is trying to climb up a tree. However, She failed.

Miss San San is trying to climb up a tree. However, She failed.

See, the little teacher, Miss SiSi, immediately shown her how to climb a tree. They get a long so well. Whenever you see Miss San San, you are going to see Miss Si Si. They are in pairs.

See, the little teacher, Miss SiSi, immediately shown her how to climb a tree. They get a long so well. Whenever you see Miss San San, you are going to see Miss Si Si. They are in pairs.

Looking at this, a question comes in my mind, are we willing to share openly with others for whatever we know? Are we keeping something for yourself? Especially in working life, you might encounter people who are so selfish to share whatever they know. They are so worry their skill being know by others and position being taken over. I believe the more you share, the more you become expert. I love sharing selflessly with others. Sharing is caring!

 

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