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The Path of the Horse eBook on Kindle takes the reader beyond the Path of the Horse documentary, following Stormy May's path in the years following the release of the movie. Originally released in 2012 and updated in 2016.

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Path of the Horse book on Kindle! Lynda Watson on courage

The Path of the Horse book coverIn order to spread the message of what we’re creating here at OurHorses, we’ve made the Path of the Horse: from competition to compassion eBook available on Kindle.

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Some of us in the OurHorses community are doing a challenge of taking a video each day for 30 days of what we’re doing with horses, or with other animals or whatever else comes to mind to share.   We hope these will serve as inspiration to others in the community to video a few minutes from your own days.  Let us see the team we’re working with.  Don’t let fear or embarrassment get in the way!  Take us on a tour of your life and loves.  If you’re not sure if something is good enough to post, just post it as an unlisted or private link on YouTube and email us (bonnie@ourhorses.org) we’ll watch and give honest comments and leave the public part up to you to decide.  If it’s in a language other than English we will try to find community members who speak the same language to be part of your team.

Here is Lynda Watson’s contribution for day 3 of the 30 day video-a-day challenge.  She’s talking about courage, how appropriate!

Be sure to check out her YouTube channel and keep up on her postings as she walks through her own beautiful personal transformational journey.

Lynda Watson’s YouTube channel

One Response to Path of the Horse book on Kindle! Lynda Watson on courage

  • Val says:

    Lynda,

    Thank you….yes, it’s all about courage, for sure…and patience and being open to change and, and, and….our horses are phenomenal teachers. I so agree.

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This wonderful film moved me to tears. It is unfortunate that the ever present pressure to be constantly digitally and remotely connected has for many dulled the connections we all have or are capable of forming with each other and with animals and nature. This documentary should be required viewing for all who live and work with horses. On the verge of buying my own first horse, I look forward to finding that connection and to simply being with her.

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