When you flip a cat up into the air the cat always measures
the distance from the air to the floor, the cat will always concentrate
and focus on the floor. Does not complain, feel angry, blame
or point a culpability to any one for sending him up into the air.
The cat while up in the air will twisted, bent, curved, coiled or corkscrewed
however his four feet always pointed to the floor. The cat knows by instinct
and character that at some point he will fall down to the floor again.
The cat by no means lands on his head, side or butt always lands on his four feet.
By nature when you flip the cat up he will not pray, beg or ask but instead
he will yell a big MEOW!
Let’s learn to survive from the simple cat’s instincts and our own intelligence
and character. When life throws you up into the air, concentrate on the problem.
Don’t complain, feel angry, blame or point a culpability to someone else.
Stay calm, no over act, wait. At some point you will land on top of the problem.
When you think smart and constructive you also will land on your
own two feet and not your ass.