Dharma The Cat Philosophy With Fur features clever and very funny cartoons appealing to all ages, blending philosophy and spirituality with humor. It's havoc, farce and mayhem, on the rocky path to nirvana with a Buddhist cat, a novice monk and a mouse hell-bent on cheese
These cartoons have been published in magazines in 28 countries, and translated into 18 languages. A hard copy book of the cartoons was published in black & white by Simon & Schuster Australia. But now in this e-Book all the old favorites are in full color, plus some new cartoons never seen before.
There are also a couple of succinct articles and a glossary that makes this an excellent and amusing presentation of Buddhism, spirituality and philosophy, appealing to all ages. With each cartoon, Dharma The Cat, always the King Of Cool, hands down his wry observations on the misfortunes of being born a human. And Siam The Mouse puts her two cents worth in, too, giving young Bodhi the novice monk some extra spiritual challenges he doesn't really need. It's 76 pages of inner laughter, though much of it will surely be out loud. The price is $20, with a free preview before buying.
After downloading, you can read the first 14 pages of the book for free, before deciding whether to buy it.
Platform Windows 95/98/ME
Operating Systems Windows 95/98/ME,Windows NT/2000,WindowsCE,Windows XP,Windows NT/2000/2003/SBS2003,Windows Vista,Windows 7
Date added 8 Oct 2010
Last Updated 24 Jan 2011
Tags cartoons, humor, home study, philosophy, Buddhism, Buddhist teachings, dharma, Dharma The Cat, spiritual cartoons, Buddhadharma, insight, psychology, human nature, spiritual path, David Lourie, The Bu