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Re: [RC] Too bad - Chris Paus

Exactly! I believe that each horse that comes into our lives has something to teach us.
 
Bruce, my dear old mother likes to say, "nothing is either all good or all bad."
 
chris

Ag47xAu49@xxxxxxx wrote:
In a message dated 10/22/2005 8:33:33 A.M. Mountain Daylight Time, bweary@xxxxxxxxxxxx writes:
Cherie--
My dear old mom taught me that people often revere their most painful
experiences in life, because they can teach us our most powerful
lessons. My unsolicited advice is to not give this salesperson one more
ounce of your attention--let her natural consequences deal with her.
Instead, turn all of your focus onto that new horse of yours who needs
your help, and might not have gotten it otherwise. These animals, I'm
sure you know, have remarkable recuperative ability. There's something
good in this for you, as there always seems to be when we invest
ourselves in a horse.   Bruce Weary


Such excellent advice you give. Beccy


"Slowee, slowee catchee monkey," Rudyard Kipling, from The Jungle Book
 
Chris Paus
Lake Region SWA  http://lakeregionswa.fws1.com
 

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