Equine Advice

The Long Face of Equanimity
The Long Face of Equanimity

After watching a very small goat fight a very large pig I got bored and walked over to this horse. He was all alone and as calm as a virgin who never told a lie. I started taking pictures but had trouble finding the right composition.

I was getting more and more frustrated and I guess he could see it in my eyes. Then he looked right at me and said: β€œListen, slow the **** down, equanimity arises when we accept the way things are.”

It turns out he was right, not everything has to be the way I want it to be, even a photo of a horse that quotes Jack Kornfield. I did end up cutting off his nose a bit but definitely not to spite his face.

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