Horsey Therapist

Tuesday, November 25, 2008


Recently I read where someone was criticized for having an amazing amount of naivety in their horsemanship, which got me thinking...

I want to be more naive!

What is amazing is how naive horses are, and what a challenge it is to become as naive as they are.

I looked up 'naive' in my Oxford American Dictionary:

"Naive, adj. showing a lack of experience or of informed judgment."

I can see where this could be considered a deficit, and I can see where this could truly be an advantage. Isn't it when we become childlike again that the wonders of the world are available to us? And "childlike" -- isn't that the fresh, open place, uncluttered by life's baggage?


At 29 November, 2008 09:12, Blogger Pam said...

I'm not sure if I want to be naive, maybe it wouldn't even apply if I could be without judgement. I have been trying to be in the present moment a lot more in my life, leaving the past and future for someone else to worry about :-).


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