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cupid0110 04-12-2010 06:25 AM

what does Horse symbolizes?
Horse is the main means of delivery, the ancient society. For those who pre-industrial period, horse and modern varieties of brand cars as attention. Due to distance and difficult terrain conditions across the barrier, people had to rely on endurance, strength, speed and compliance with the horses. Competitive race for a thoroughbred horse training, lightweight pace thoroughbred horses, fast, elegant body. And spiritual leader with 32 major phase, as the East Malaysia also has a perfect 32-phase, mainly in horse eyes, mouth, head, mane, legs, bones and muscles. Perfect horse's forehead, chest, and chestnut color of the line with its uniqueness. Despite being firmly tied down, but the horse will not be surprising because of the noise or the sight of the terrorist rampage.

Horse or a lion is a treasure of Health Department of South Fang Baosheng Guardian Master Buddha's horse. Po Sang Jewelry is the emblem of Buddha phase, generally painted horse saddle in the wind or Zhuanlun Wang's Gan immediately. Law in the portraits, horse paintings with gold ornaments, bells, silk and yak tail ornaments around account. These adorned Buddha loyal horse bullock steep [1] "neck ornament" (the horse after the heartbreaking death of their master gone). Neighing of horses being angry with God horsehead [2] a symbol of his head decorated with a green or three are neigh Tau. It is said that the great horse neigh sound issue can deter all evil, so that more people believe in Buddhism. Enrichment and [3] is the first century AD, a famous Indian Buddhist scholar, has written an inspirational story about the Buddha's life.

cupid0110 04-12-2010 06:27 AM

Wind is a natural element of horse.

Heatherloveslottie 04-12-2010 04:12 PM

"A horse is the projection of people's dreams about themselves- strong, powerful, beautiful- and it has the capability of giving us escape from our mundane existence."


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