Silly Human Update
The large human, the one who is shaped like a bear, is back home now, after being away for a week. I think he went to another one of his Sufi things. I don’t really mind it when he goes away because the other human, the tall slender one, takes care of me, although he doesn’t always respond to my telepathic commands for tuna or jazz. He is not as easy to manipulate as the bear-human.
The large one brought more new books into the house (he is always buying books!) so I had to rub my catface all over them and let him know they are mine. He is reading a lot of books these days about Mary Magdalene and the Gnostic Gospels. I’m familiar with those, of course, from my days at Nag Hammadi. I remember this passage from the Gospel of Thomas, which the bear-human likes to quote:
I am the Light that shines on everyone.
The All came forth from me and the All came into me.
Split the wood, and I am there.
Turn over the stone, and there you will find me.
Beautiful, yes, but it makes me wonder: Why do the silly humans need a book to tell them the obvious?