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Only open your mouth if what you're about to say is more beautiful than silence. if i ever become a teacher I'm gonna have this PAINTED on my wall. quite frankly i wish my teachers would do that. my peers talk too much.

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Cats Sybolize; Independence, Spiritual Power, Freedom, Mystery, Magic, Guardianship, Sensuality, Secrets, Curiosity, and spirit. The cat symbol has been important in cultures all across the world, but they were especially honored by the ancient Egyptians, who believed that this spirit animal was magical and god-like.

Ancient Egyptians were often portrayed as couples, but the intimacy and regal strength of this sculpture is surpassing. A gem of the MFA's collection, Khamerernebty shares space and stature with her pharaoh, Menkaure. Their youth is idealized, but her gesture of support is so recognizable as to collapse three thousand years of human relations. www.myartboston.com

On the outside Mr. Mac's orange, an old one-eyed cat to behold; even when two eyed his sight was a mess, God knows what he sees now. And his mind has some dust on it too; all skin and bones, his lanky walk greets everyone who comes to our home. He'll talk to you plain, he isn't ashamed, besides his name came from TS Eliot. But inside, he's a tiger, a warrior, an ancient with a lineage and degrees in human intelligence. Be wary of what you might say. He may already know what you're thinking…