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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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Beautiful video with questions to ponder

child touching horseHere are some questions to ponder on humans, horses and nature in this beautiful, quiet video by OurHorses community member Lynda Watson, Ontario, Canada.  What answers have you found?  Let us know in the comments area below.

3 Responses to Beautiful video with questions to ponder

  • Florencio Suarez Morciglio says:

    Excelents question that make me think more about the reason i love so much my horses and d joy to have them beside me at all times,please keep in contact bu my E-mail !!! love from Puerto Rico, gbu always.pipo

  • kathie takach says:

    beautiful way to be….
    thankyou for posting this, the visuals alternating with the print was so simple and effective, i especially loved the photo of the horse looking at the viewer through her forelock with it’s poignant message…..

    • Donna Ravenscraft says:

      It is like all the feelings I have had about horses over my lifetime have been distilled into a video. Amazing to find like-minded people. Thank you.

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I am so impressed with the Path of the Horse … it is brilliant and SUCH important work! CONGRATULATIONS – You are true trailblazer and incredibly brave. I actually did not know your personal story or how it was woven through all of this and it touches me so deeply that I just bawled and smiled and cheered through the entire thing- it is so incredibly humbling and takes me to a new level of both understanding and not knowing and seeking and surrendering.

Constance Funk