‘What can we learn from cats? Don’t live in an imagined future. Cats live for the sensation of life, not for something they might achieve or not achieve. If we attach ourselves too heavily to some overarching purpose we’re losing the joy of life. Leave all those ideologies and religions to one side and what’s left? What’s left is a sensation of life — which is a wonderful thing.’
— John Gray, Feline Philosophy: Cats and the Meaning of Life
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John Gray: 'What can we learn from cats? Don't live in an imagined future'
What's it like to be a cat? John Gray has spent a lifetime half-wondering. The philosopher - to his many fans the…
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