Final Thoughts from a Dying Zen Dog

Richard I. Kaye


Final Thoughts from a Dying Zen Dog

Final Thoughts from a Dying Zen Dog

  • Title: Final Thoughts from a Dying Zen Dog
  • Author: Richard I. Kaye
  • ISBN: 9781503206595
  • Page: 395
  • Format: Paperback



RECOMMENDED MATURE AGE 13 AND UP You humans often joke about how limited our thoughts are as dogs, but don t mistake simple for trivial We actually have a Zen way of viewing life, from the ground up.While I was recently diagnosed with a fatal illness, my story isn t a sad one Trust me when death is near, the present moment becomes the most beautiful thing in the worldECOMMENDED MATURE AGE 13 AND UP You humans often joke about how limited our thoughts are as dogs, but don t mistake simple for trivial We actually have a Zen way of viewing life, from the ground up.While I was recently diagnosed with a fatal illness, my story isn t a sad one Trust me when death is near, the present moment becomes the most beautiful thing in the world.In Final Thoughts from a Dying Zen Dog, a sheltie named Julia shares her unique perspectives on humans, four legged creatures, the world, and what it is that really matters in life An imaginative memoir told with candid canine insight, humor, and compassion, this lighthearted yet poignant read will touch the hearts and minds of dog people and non dog people alike I ve seen a lot in my thirteen years of life I ve run away and been rescued I ve had children and lost them I ve lived in cages and in beautiful homes But these days, a lot of my thinking is done behind closed eyelids, as I just feel so old and tired all the time.Now, you re probably confused at this point because, in human years, thirteen isn t old at all but in dog years, especially if you re a sheltie like me, that s ancient So, when my human parents the best people you could ever meet started moping around the house, I knew something was up For a few days, I tried to ignore it, but after another visit to the doctor, we all had to finally face the truth.I am dying But the story I have to tell you isn t a sad one You might say we dogs tend to view the world through rose colored glasses But really, we just see it for the wonderful place it is Sure, there are difficult moments, but that s just it they are momentary The way I see it, every day we have a choice to love, laugh, and be grateful.


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Final Thoughts from a Dying Zen Dog - Richard I. Kaye This is an amazing read! I give it ***** WOW! I learned of this book through an ad on Facebook. It immediately caught my attention due to the beautiful cover photograph. When I clicked on the link I was taken to the book's page, which is incredibly informative. I bought the Kindle version and from the very first sentence I was totally 100% engrossed. I could barely stop reading it and finished it in two days (record time for me) as it's just [...]

I fell in love with Julia and her family. I loved her sense of humor and her zen dog perspective on things. Julia's book was about so much more than her illness. Julia's story was sweet, funny, insightful and delightful with just a touch of sad. Anyone who loves animals or has had a dog, loved a dog or lost a dog will enjoy this story. It's a very eclectic story with something for everyone. I always wondered why people took on special needs dogs. Now I understand that is what special people do. [...]

Step into the mind of an extremely zen dog with the first page of this book! While her illness and upcoming death is woven throughout the book, it is far from the typical "dog-is-gone-sobbing" you are left with from other animal stories. Julia tells her story while also giving some great psychological insights, lessons on geography, history, science and other political and religious opinions. You won't want to put her story down once you start, and it will leave you wondering what is going on in [...]

Facing as we all must what I fear is coming in my own life and looking for answers. This book was not it but it was an interesting take on the subject and might help in the long run. I was disappointed when the author broke his cover in the last chapterI would have preferred a different ending a note saying when the dog passed and how and t dropping out of the dog's story and into the owner's.


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