By the way, noodles are quite difficult for us cats to eat. I can´t see the fun in slurping down long spaghetti noodles. They tend to get wrapped around my whiskers and then daddy complains about the awful mess. Still, I´ve got to give him something to moan about haven´t I! 🙂
One can also use the word “noggin” or “noddle” as oppose to using the word “noodle” when referring to the head or brain Mr Midnight. You´re also trapped within your habits – you´ve always got food on your mind.
I can´t help thinking about food. You´re right – it must be a habit.
Come on, lets strike while the irons hot, as English people often say. I´m not hanging around out here in this windy weather. It keeps ruffling my fur and I´ve only just finished styling my cool furstyle.
The wind had started to pick up and the rustle of garden leaves gave the garden a magical, mystical, slightly scary atmosphere. The late Autumn evening was illuminated by a full moon and fast-moving clouds made shadows dance across the lawn. An owl hooted far afield in what seemed to intensify the atmosphere.
Blooming heck. That flying thing´s making a hell of a racket. It´ll frighten poor Sir Winston. He´s under enough pressure as it is without him getting burnout from a noisy flying thing.
Actually, some of the time I feel like I´m a flying thing – I believe a pigeon is what humans call it. Some days I feel like a pigeon, and on others, like a statue, as the human saying goes. Oh well, that´s life.
With Sir Winston it seems to be the other way around. He often believes that he´s a statue and seldom a pigeon. Apart from daddy, he allows virtually anything and everybody to get him down. He lets people, and strange objects!, walk all over him. It´s about time he concentrated on throwing away his negative past habits and fears and started to buck his ideas up a bit.
Without much thought, Mr Midnight crept straight up to the pile of twigs and started prodding them with his paws.
You´re slowly turning into a human. Humans have their habits and most of them are terrified of casting their past, negative habits aside. If they only new what lay in store for them if they ceased being led by their negative thoughts and habits.
Well I´m trying my very best. At least I´m aware that I have a problem. My fears often arise in such scary situations. I think that my fears are from my past and that over the years, they have become much larger.
That´s precisely the problem Sir Winston. Your fears are from the past and not necessarily, part of reality. Your fears are a “recording” of your experiences from a similar occassion in the past. Your fears create a world that is not real, but don´t worry Sir Winston, at least you acknowledge the fact in which case, I may be able to help you.
The pattern of your behaviour is just a habit which needs to be kicked.
Thanks a lot Mr Midnight. It´s nice to have a friend who stays by your side in whatever circumstance. I really want to kick the habit of diving under the hedge everytime the sticks move on what seems, their own accord. It is very stressful.
I´ll help you step out of your established disposition of the mind. You can rely on me. I´ve learnt a lot from watching the humans. Most of them seem to be totally out of their minds – blindly following their established habits and negative trains of thought.
If a habit is pawsitive – keep it. If not – get rid of it before it gets rid of you. Negative habits disguise the true self because whether you believe it or not – all living beings, when left to their own devices, are free of negativity. I know, it´s hard to believe, especially when observing humans, but bad habits eventually eat away the soul and create a living hell for the “being” involved.
First, we´ll have to find a way with which to boost your self-confidence and then we´ll go on from there. I´ll help you “kick the bucket”! 🙂
I wanted to slip a little pun in so that you don´t take all this too seriously. Life is not serious you know. Humans tend to take themselves far too seriously when in actual fact, their lives would become much easier if they avoided taking themselves too seriously.
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