Do remember (when reading the reflections) that the personality of the reflection (in this case the Peke-Faced Red Persian) reflects not only the personality of this beautiful cat but also the personality of those attracted to it… Please enjoy…..
Peke-Faced Red Persian (Listen while you read)
Give me a heart, and I’ll give mine to you. I’ve got a heart, and I’ll give it true.
The Peke-Faced Red cat epitomizes all things of the heart.
Those who love and adore this little bundle of love will understand the finer feelings associated with life.
They (the Peke-Faced Red lover) will have an appreciation for all things fine.
Indeed, they will want to surround themselves with those things of exquisite value; the value of remembrance. By this is meant; they will have fond memories lingering within their hearts. Their surroundings will have this finer sensibility portrayed in those moments of splendour; their belongings.
It is with great pleasure that we introduce the love of the Peke-Faced Red lover. He/she will not always allow you to see this part of their sensibilities; it is not to be taken lightly! Oh no; the Peke-Faced Red lover will not always allow you into their fine heart. However, should you knock, and the door be opened, you will experience a warmth of love known to but a few.
Carolyn Page – ABC of Spirit Talk
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Such an unassuming pussy . . . 🙂 🙂
Luvvv this one…!! 😉
i understand that language.
I believe you do, Sharmishtha….. 😉
i hope i dont create that image 😉
i will love to hear from you, what type of image i create in your mind. wont grumble 😉 promise.
Sharmishtha’s image is one of joy. Unfortunately this joy is not always fulfilled. She will work away at fulfilling this goal. However; we say: Do not expect others to satisfy your need for joy, dear one; they do not share your love nor ever can.
happy to know that i create a positive image, yes, it sure is my nature to live happily 🙂
and since the day i have learned the truth of your concluding words things have become easier.
So pleased, Sharmishtha. You will find your image much easier to project when you project it with no thought of a target audience or a response.
Be it – and watch the difference..!
i do believe in being myself, i always did. even though that meant hiding behind curtains to avoid being observed, but still i preferred being myself. 🙂
a lot of my relatives used to tease me that i dont have a tongue. 🙂
Sometimes we need to protect ourselves by keeping our tenderness to ourselves. Many can’t understand, and are not meant to understand. They have different experiences to be had.