You don’t have squat! But let me tell you, I do!
I haven’t always had squat. There was a time I didn’t have diddly squat. Squat (short for squatter) is the newest addition to our family. He picked up residence under my shipping container one day. After an extensive search for a lost cat turned unsuccessful, a health check and vaccination appointment were in order. With a clean bill of health, he moved into our home, just before the weather turned cold.
The intelligence in an animal which directs its actions and tells it where to go to find food and shelter, we call instinct. It is really Omniscience in the animal. The same quality, more highly developed, makes a conscious appearance in man and is what we call intuition. Intuition is God in man, reveling to him the Realities of Being; and just as instinct guides the animal, so would intuition guide man, if he would allow it to do so. – Ernest Holmes. The Science of Mind. 342.2
The cat followed his intuition and relied on his instincts to find our home. He found a comfort & solace within us. To him, there was
“Something Quite Unique About This.”
I’ve learned from THIS experience that in the future whenever I find such a comfort…I’m going to just squat too.