The Spirit OF THE Horse and Other Works

About horses: Myjourney became clear when I climbed into the saddle, and to this day, I find comfort, healing and clarity when I am on the back of a horse. Those who love horses as I do will feel the presence of their spirit throughout ...

   The Spirit OF THE Horse    and Other Works

Author: Phil Ray Jack

Publisher: Abbott Press

ISBN: 1458208176

Page: 84

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One man’s journey to discovering his authentic self.

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