||I’ve been re-reading the 8-volume Osamu Tezuka manga of the life of Gautama Buddha. My little cat, whom I love dearly, came up to me just now and put her nose on my leg, asking for her evening treat. I gave it willingly to her.
I wonder if we have done something very unwise in making pets of animals, and in some ways of domesticating them. Because we have taught them to have desires that they might not otherwise have had– my cats want their treats in the morning and evening, and they want love…
Buddha (manga) – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Plot. In ancient India, the lives of many people are plagued by drought, famine, constant warfare and injustices in the caste system. The intertwining lives of many unhappy souls are drawn toge…
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