I wanted to tell them more about the talk...creativity, practice, all that good stuff.
Ollie was trying to hide himself, he is always sure that we cannot see him.
Gussy was wondering how a furry ginger cat could camouflage himself in a green setting.
"Nope, I can still see you", he meowed to Ollie.
Ollie decided to give in. Next time perhaps he will try to camouflage amongst orange leaves.
Augustus preparing to listen.
Augustus listening intently.
"..God has given man the eye of investigation by which he may see and recognize truth. He has endowed man with ears that he may hear the message of reality and conferred upon him the gift of reason by which he may discover things for himself. This is his endowment and equipment for the investigation of reality. Man is not intended to see through the eyes of another, hear through another's ears nor comprehend with another's brain. Each human creature has individual endowment, power and responsibility in the creative plan of God; therefore depend on your own investigation..." Promulgation of Universal Peace, 292
My teacher friend firmly believes that each of her students is capable of creatively expressing themselves, and each has that endowment, which allows them to do so.
The cat boys agreed wholeheartedly, theirs is always an authentic investigation, never through the eyes of another. I asked for kisses and kisses they prepared and blew in the air wishing all a grand weekend.