It felt settling to be in their presence. The special texture of the their environment is always a fix for the people with a passion for horses. It doesn't matter where one is in the world, the basics for horses are the same. Ironically (probably not given that I was still on the magic carpet), I met a horse owner who really had passion for the horses. Nice to see that there is a global community who believes in respect, care, and fairness towards animals. We talked about what is needed in the horse community in India. There could be a lot of job possibilities which could be fun to explore.
Test passed. I saw a lot that could be improved, but I didn't feel the darkness well up inside. India has really stretched my capacity an incredible amount. It didn't make me feel that I would have any less drive or intention to do the best I could with large challenges, but that I could swim in the pond without feeling like I would drown. Little steps by little steps would need to be the approach--education and positive support would need to be the other ingredients in a plan of attack. Who knows, it might be fun to move around the world as a consultant/problem solver.
|All grass surfaces|
|Turf repair--women with a small trowel. It saves millions.|