If the unexamined life is not worth living, it follows that even the most insignificant life is worth examining. No existence, looked at carefully, is uninformative. Every life is a story worth telling, even if nothing happens in it. There are no childhood traumas here, no family dysfunction; only episodes devoid of drama, confrontations that go nowhere, dreams that remained dreamt a just a life lived. These are tales of minor incidents that reveal little truths and small insights... scratching have clawed all the way through the pine boards that cover the wall, so that bits of furring strip peek out from behind. ... He would freely vomit and cough up hairballs, usually on rugs, tote bags, and shoes in preference to linoleum, slate, or hardwood floors. ... At one point, Panther encountered urinary problems that prevented him from voiding freely. ... Onea#39;s relationship with a cat, unlike that of a dog, does not permit the kind of invasive testing, giving of injections, or forcinganbsp;...
|Title||:||Incidence In My Life|
|Publisher||:||Lulu Press, Inc - 2014-12-24|