Kittens.

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This is how I #defineperfect.

When a litter of kittens was born in my laundry room when I was around 10 years old, I honestly don’t what happened or what their names were but I do remember noticing that they had very small tails. Tiny! More narrow than a shoe lace and shorter than the average french fry. Kittens also have heads that are way too big for their bodies, which I guess is something typical of most baby animals. Anatomically perfect? No. Perfect in an undeniably cute way? Yes. This is sound logic you are arguing with. 

Kittens are playful and innocent and the things they do that displease us are usually because of their playful innocence. They usually need a cause in order to fight with another cat. The arrogance that cats hold and the pride that swells up inside of them when they catch a bird is not used against anyone else, just used for their own self-esteem.

However, people are not kittens. There are certain primitive habits that kittens hold that humans have outgrown. For example: consumption of food. People have a much more structured way of eating than cats (unless you eat with your face after pushing it around with your nose and only eat one ingredient at a time). Or: letting the weak cats fend for themselves. That’s not something we do. People who need help can get it and a lot less humans get left behind than cats and kittens.

So in that case, today’s challenge: Socially, be more like a kitten. Logically, recognize every person for the human that they are. 🙂

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