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Posted on: December 2, 2012


Posted on: December 2, 2012

Source of Inspiration

This past year, I decided to stop riding my beloved horses. I understood that the use of bridles, bits, and spurs is contrary to the relationship I want with animals. This beautiful horse and girl show us what is possible between humans and animals when the relationship is based on love and respect.

“A deaf-mute girl on a horse that she has ridden for only THREE weeks!!, not to mention the song she picked out to dedicate to her deceased father! Listen to the announcer’s voice crack! The horse she is riding is not even hers; she is training it for a client and has had it only 20 days at the time of the ride shown here. Note that she rides without a saddle or halter and bit and (obviously) without voice commands. She is using the method used by North American Indians. When you think your voice…

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Posted on: December 1, 2012

Posted on: December 1, 2012



Not every day will have a theme song, but I do think of the various songs that I have considered theme or meaningful songs to me.

Since I have been thinking a lot about high school. Acting Class, choir, the people, all the volunteer activity. all that sense of drama and urgency.

I decided to watch one of my favorite movies of all time and today’s theme song is the song that just speaks the most to me today.


01 perspective


02 state of grace

03 following your bliss

04 alpha omega

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