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Higher Purrer

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Stanley is my “new” 10-year-old cat. He keeps my action plan in line and helps me work my program: trust God, clean house, and help others. Since he is the purrfect lap cat, I am reluctant to shoo him off when he joins me for morning tea. While I wasn’t willing before to sit quietly for prayer and meditation, I now can easily spend an hour in quiet contemplation of the twenty-four hours ahead and ask God to direct my thinking. Stanley helps me clean house because I am tidier now at home. I pick up strewn clothing, dust, and

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