Tuesday, October 5, 2010

From the Horse to Us, or Over and Out

"Again and again, we sadly seem to forget that we cannot force or bend the horse to our will, that instead this absolutely must come completely freely from the horse to us. From the concepts of ramener - the head position - to the concept of rassembler - where the entire horse's mind and body come together in full power - all of this is natural in the horse. Collection is form and function, versus rassembler, which is heart, soul, quality, and art. It is who we are, not what we are." - Unknown

Everything's eventual, as Stephen King pointed out. You didn't need to kill it. I'm talking to you.

This is the last time. Hope is fear gone bad. Don't ever forget that, kids.

"Self-absorbed chancre sore love you like a matador life is just a metaphor nothing's fair love is war. Nothing more."

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