My cats are not sisters…and not always friends.
One (LingXu) came from Canada.
The other (LingDao), West Virginia.
Each, in her own right, is a study in Yin-Yang:
Polar yet complementary opposites comprising a singular whole.
When the two get together, it *sometimes* looks like this.
Yet, in love with the outdoors, she’s always looking for an open window…and contemplating a way out.
LingDao (the West Virginian) is our opposite – wild-eyed, raucous, the star of attention, taking up all the space.
Yet, in love with comfort, she’s usually clinging to someone’s shoulders…and doesn’t like change.
Part of our home.
Mostly, this is easy (they’re *just* cats, after all).
Other times, not so much.
How about your family…or circle of loved ones?
How do individuals – complex on their own – shape one another?
How – in sunshine and shade – do the parts comprise the whole?
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