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Here is the perfect pairing of subjects - the ever mysterious cat and the spiritual philosophy of life embodied by the principles of Zen. How often have we seen cats watching us with intense focus, playing obsessively with a toy, comforting us as they cannily assess our moods, lying calmly in a patch of sunlight? Cats exemplify the essential tenets of Zen philosophy and the desire to find the simple and spiritual in everyday life. They embody utter grace, non-judgemental devotion, and a sense of spontaneous whimsy. What's more, as we interact with cats, these qualities come out in us.
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Judith Adler lives in New York City and is the coauthor of Zen Baby and Zen Dog. Following her life path as a communicator, marketing muse, business intuitive, and soul coach, she helps individuals and companies realize their dreams by creating success from the only place that lasts-- the inside out. Paul Coughlin is a photographer whose other books include Zen Baby, Timeless New York, The Quotable Canine, and The Quotable Feline. The New York Times calls his photographs "straightforward, painterly, and soulful." He also lives in New York City.From the Back Cover:
"The only joy in the world is to begin." --Cesare Pavese
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