Love is a verb. Love is active. Jane knows that love does wonders for your winning attitude! You can’t hold a negative thought when you’re in a state of love.
Horses show love by scratching each other’s backs and guarding each other while we nap. We often equate love with respect. That is why we love the people who consistently guide us and keep us safe. When we’re confident that you’re a good leader, we find ourselves loving you and wanting to please you. We love the good herd-boss because he or she is the one who makes us feel secure.
Love is something you give away. The more you give it away, the more you have in your life.
Where can you demonstrate love today? How do you feel inside when you demonstrate love?
Your horse is saying, come out to the barn so I can love you up close! I miss you!
Dogs understand love more than any other creature. We are born to love! You can treat us unfairly or be mean to us, and we’ll forgive you. We don’t like being treated poorly, but we can see beyond your actions and love you anyway.
Dogs are the embodiment of unconditional love. We don’t care what you look like. We don’t care if you ride well, or if you smell good, or if you have money. We simply love you. No conditions.
Jane says she does her best every day to be as good a person as I think she is. Are you as good a person as your dog thinks you are? It’s a great goal, because we think you’re wonderful!
Let’s go do something fun together. I want to show you how much I love you!
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