There is a common saying that the bigger something is the better. This encompasses every area of life, even prices.
Generally, the higher (or larger) a price is we expect it to be of better quality, or that the bigger a house is the larger the income of the people that reside in it. The list can continue on and on. We strive to reach the bigger or larger rewards in life and forget to enjoy the smaller things we already posses or receive.
Many things can be learned from cats and here is a story on how to enjoy what we receive. It begins near a white curtain and two boxes. There is nothing extraordinary about the boxes; they are both made out of cardboard and empty. The one on the left is a smaller plain brown cardboard box while the one on the right is a more spacious white colored cardboard box.
The larger of the two appears to have previously held oranges or a fruit related to the orange family, seen by the orange like fruit pictured on the box. At this point a chubby, tabby patterned, cat named Maru enters the picture. A question may enter the mind of those who look upon this scene. Which one of the boxes will Maru the cat choose?