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We can learn a lot from "The Dalai Lama's Cat"

The Dalai Lama's Cat
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"I began to think that perhaps the time had come for me to write a book of my own---a book that would convey some of the wisdom I've learned sitting not at the feet of the Dalai Lama but even closer, on his lap. A book that would tell my own tale...how I was rescued from a fate too grisly to contemplate to become the constant companion of a man who is not only one of the world's greatest spiritual leaders and a Nobel Peace Prize Laureate but also a dab hand with a can opener."

The Dalai Lama's Cat---by David Michie---is a story from a cat's point-of-view. In the slums of New Delhi, a starving and mud-smeared kitten is left for dead until, fortunately, she is rescued and taken into a beautiful sanctuary in the Himalayas, where her new life as the Dalai Lama's cat begins.

The cat goes by many names. In the eyes of the public, however, she is known as HHC---His Holiness's Cat.

From the perspective of HHC, the reader will gain insights on finding happiness and meaning in everyday life. It is highly recommended for those who are interested in learning more about Buddhism and Enlightenment, as well as for those who are looking to read something inspirational. Also, if you're a cat-lover, this is the book for you.

For more info, click the link below:

http://www.davidmichie.com

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