Curiosity is the force behind new knowledge, invention, and change. Throughout much of history curiosity has been discouraged.
Nothing is meant by this by this comic. I just like cats, and the Tolkien paraphrase seemed appropriate.
400 times the cats have given you, dear reader, the benefit of their never ending knowledge, witty wisdom, and awesome advice. They want to thank you for hanging in with them as they ponder and pontificate.
They also ask you, dear reader, to use your own influence to persuade all your friends and acquaintances to subscribe to Cat World and receive all these same benefits.
See you for the next 100 posts.
The cats may live in a remote corner of the Internet, but things could be worse.
The pandemic makes it easy to feel bored, but boredom can be a starting point to being more creative. (No, I haven’t eaten in a restaurant during the pandemic. I created this cartoon a long time ago 😀).
You can either use your time to learn or make something, or you can make excuses 😀.
The cats have finally made the big time, appearing on the front and back covers of my new book about Creative Thinking. See it on Amazon.
Are you bored? Here are a few perspectives on being bored.
How do you let your ideas bloom and blossom?
One of our readers has suggested that the animals be given names so that readers can bond with them.