The virtue, humanity, is a set of strengths focused on “tending and befriending others.” The three strengths associated with humanity are love, kindness, and social intelligence, (as defined by Wikipedia.)
88 Years of (combined) excellence.
I notice I wear my glasses in the shower more often these days. Unintentionally. I mention it because as I write this, it’s my 60th birthday and I had a revelation in the shower. Wait, it gets worse.
I’ve decided it’s time to start riding naked. Who’s in? Naked Dressage. It’s an idea whose time has come. Anybody? Okay, I get that dressage has a stuffy reputation…
Morning chores with Tomboy, the briard. It’s more of an adventure for some of us than others but she’s right.
It might be the word I say more often than any other during a lesson. I know it’s the cue that does the most good.
*Needs a confident rider*. If you see those words while paging though horse ads, what do you think? Used car salesmen don’t have a thing on horse traders. Would you climb in the saddle? Is it the punchline for a joke?
Maybe the real question is what horse doesn’t need a confident rider? It’s kind of a no-brainer when you look at it from that direction.
Where do you rank on the confidence scale?
There is a place that is not the earth and not the sky, an in-between place where some of us ride the fray.