Since the horse is always learning, we need to be aware of what our actions are teaching him.

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The Skittish Stallion

The Skittish Stallion

Apr 18, 2019-- "There were two horses. One was a quarter horse and the other one was this big black stallion that had been abused. It was quite skittish. You couldnt get close to it. Of course, I was determined to become friends with that horse." Rosemary Peterson shares more in this beautiful piece that speaks to the power of patience and intention in our relationships. (2661 reads)


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