"You will never be completely at home again. Because part of your heart will always be elsewhere. That is the price you pay for the richness of loving and knowing people

in more than one place"

                   - Spirit Sience

8 Nov 2016

Amira suited her name, every inch the princess.  If anybody had ever said no to her, she hadn’t taken the slightest notice.  The Royal Stables was now a livery stable/riding school, and Amira had come to learn to ride, preferably on an Arab stallion. 

“You take her!” said my French boss, Claude.

I could see why.  A small figure in a billowing abaya and equally voluminous shayla grinned at us with steely determination.

“I would like to see my horse please!”

I sighed.  She had been persuaded to wear a riding helmet, but could not, would not remove her abaya.  We did have a horse who could cope with that, but he wasn’t an Arabian stallion.  He was a hairy British pony in whom a Sheikh’s c...

19 Oct 2016

It wasn’t even my pony, to be honest.  The adolescent eldest son of the house next door had been given the little mare as a yearling, decided, after a little experimentation, that he couldn’t ride her, or at least that trying to wasn’t enough fun to be worth the effort, and had left her tethered in their back garden, from which she regularly escaped to join the hotel ponies at the end of the beach. 

I had a saddle.  Would I like to ride her?  I could keep her at my place?  I had no fences, but I did have a longer rope, and a well-padded head-collar, so although little Julie’s living conditions weren’t perfect, they were better. 

I broke her in with ridiculous ease.  All I n...

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"When you talk to strangers, you're  making beautiful

interruptions into the expected narrative of your

daily life - and theirs"

- Kio Stark

"If we experience a strong emotional response to a

person or a situation we are meeting a part of ourselves residing in the shadows,

awaiting integration"

- C. Page

Every encounter is an un-

expected story of love and transformation.  If we remain 

the same before and after, that

means we haven't loved enough. For any heart  that opens to the sparkles of  love opens in truth

to its own alchemist. Go

and love harder this time.

-Megha Venketasamy

"Serendipity has chance and happiness. We get chance

every single day the minute

that we wake up. Happiness

is something that we choose through the chances that

we decide to take."
— Terry McBride

"You will never be completely

at home again. Because part

of your heart will always be elsewhere. That is the price

you pay for the richness of l

oving and knowing people

in more than one place"

     - Spirit Science

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