Another phrase he used, which I may well pinch, is that people hold on to their beliefs as if they are fingers, when in fact they are only a ring on a finger, which can be taken off.
In these days when we are inundated with information about our horses, and desperate to have all the answers, is it any wonder we go to people who can give us a definitive answer? I have often thought that I can read a horse better than many animal communicators, simply through their body language, and wrote a long time ago about a pony called, Kennedy, whose headcollar was growing into his face. A communicator came to see him and listed a number of things that he had concerns about whereas all I could hear was, "My head, my head, be careful with my head." Don't misunderstand me, I don't mind anyone working with a horse that does no harm, but, having been a lawyer, I usually like to have a bit of real evidence.
|Kennedy: I need to talk to you about something|