But if you ask Dave, he'll tell you that is what it takes to be great. You have to be courageous enough to take chances without worrying about what might happen if you fail. What will people think? What will people say? These are questions that only cowards ask themselves before doing something. Braver individuals don't hesitate, and they don't worry about appearances. Below, you can see Dave in yet another installment of this pose. He wouldn't be able to adopt a pose if he were a less courageous cat. Courage breeds greatness.
Sunday, January 12, 2014
A significant contributor to Dave's greatness in napping is certainly his courageousness. No cat has ever embarked on a career of napping with the same courage and bravery as Dave has. Indeed, few individuals of any species have ever displayed as much courage as Dave has displayed in his relentless pursuit of greater napping strategies. Maybe Jackie Robinson and Rosa Parks did. Maybe Tom Hanks did in Saving Private Ryan. Maybe Dennis Rodman did when he drunkenly waved his unlit cigar at a CNN reporter before playing a basketball game in front of a dictator who had only recently murdered his uncle with wild dogs. Certainly Mufasa belongs in this group. Either way, the list of individuals who have been more courageous than Dave is a short one.