- Horse Talk
|JaneyWaney9 ||11-16-2011 08:49 PM |
Could you watch this video, and pass it on?
It would mean the world to me if you guys watched and commented!
I worked hard to expose how I really came to bond with my horse.
|Reiterin ||11-16-2011 09:11 PM |
Beautiful video. Thanks for sharing your story.
|Thyme ||11-16-2011 09:28 PM |
Beautiful video, glad you guys found each other :)
|flytobecat ||11-16-2011 09:42 PM |
Thanks, that was sweet -:)
|waresbear ||11-16-2011 09:57 PM |
|Mingiz ||11-17-2011 10:33 AM |
Beautiful video... :wink:
I know my horses are the best mental therapy I could ever ask for. :D
|gaelgirl ||11-17-2011 07:27 PM |
Wonderful video. It seems like he is your own personal angel.
|Red Gate Farm ||11-17-2011 07:41 PM |
You really put a lot into that video, and a lot of personal stuff. Very brave to do so and offer it to the public.
|Tymer ||11-17-2011 08:24 PM |
Wonderful video. Very touching, and very well made. You're very brave to put that out there.
I have to admit. I cried. I didn't just tear up a bit, I actually almost sobbed. Touching things with horses always get to me because I went through a similar experience. I was in a deep dark hole of depression and the only time I ever smiled was at the barn. When I finally got out thanks to a wonderful forgiving horse and some amazing friends, I left the barn due to its practices that I found inhumane. Two or so months later, my friend informs me that the wonderful mare I loved on and who learned to be friendly through me had died of something almost ridiculous. I fell back in for a bit thinking about how I could have saved her if I had been there...And to this day I can't watch videos about love stories with animals without getting upset (despite having a new pony to love on who is just as amazing.) Thank you for your video, though. It was inspiring and reminded me of the things I love in life.
|Endiku ||11-17-2011 10:28 PM |
beautiful story. It's amazing how much a horse can feel us. They know what we need...even when not even we know ourselves. Whether we need a friend, or someone to give us a good slap, they're there, and they're ready to do it. I personally work at a therapeudic farm for both disabled and under priviledged/at-risk kids, and they way people can open up and really just let it go with the horses is astounding.
My own mare is an opinionated, moody, fire-cracker of an animal that normally wouldn't let you so much as hug her neck, but I've seen her stand, perfectly still, as broken, mentally exhausted children cling to her- just needing someone to understand what it's like to not be understood. She's quietly accepted my frustrated or angry tears with forgiveness that I can't even understand...and she knows. She knows that she is my lifeline, and I am hers.
It sounds like it's much the same for you and Commet. You saved eachother, and because of that- you will always be bonded.
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