Something that many of us have a difficult time with is expectations. We create expectations in our mind of how others should act and be, and as a result, we are often disappointed.
No one looks at a baby and expects it to know how to speak and walk when it comes out of the womb. We all understand that a baby needs time and education in order to develop these abilities.
Not one of us was born an expert. But with support and proper training we can improve. If we take an attitude of helping one another, instead of criticizing and insulting, we will create stronger bonds and better communities.
Question of the day: Are you a criticizer or a mentor?
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Fun facts about horses!
1. Horses have the largest eyes of any land mammal.
2. Horses can run within hours after birth. (Source: ScienceKids)
3. When horses look like they’re laughing, they’re actually engaging in a special nose-enhancing technique known as “flehmen,” to determine whether a smell is good or bad.
4. At one time people thought horses were colorblind. They’re not, though they are better at seeing yellows and greens than purples and violets.
5. A horse's teeth take up a larger amount of space in their head than their brain.
6. You can generally tell the difference between male and female horses by their number of teeth: males have 40 while females have 36 (but honestly, most us are going to use the much “easier” way). 7. Horse hooves are made from the same protein that comprises human hair and fingernails.
8. The horse trailer (“horse box”) was invented by Lord George Bentinck, a U.K. man who needed a more effective transport for getting his six horses from one racetrack to another.
9. In 1872, Leland Stanford (1824-1893) made a bet that at some point in the gallop all four of a horse’s legs are off the ground at the same time. Eadweard Muybridge (1830-1904) proved him right by using a series of 24 cameras and photographing a racehorse named Sallie Gardner.
10. Horses are more secure and comfortable when trailering if they can face the rear, but they prefer openings.
11. Horses can sleep both lying down and standing up. (Source: ScienceKids)
12. A 19th century horse named ‘Old Billy’ reportedly lived 62 years. (Source: Manchester Museum)
13. From 1867 to 1920, the number of horses shot up from 7.8 million to 25 million. Experts believe this was due to the rise of the automobile. (Source: HorseswithAmie)
14. Because horse’s eyes are on the side of their head they are capable of seeing nearly 360 degrees at one time. (Source: ScienceKids)
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I visited Château de Fontainebleau and I saw many poor hunting dogs in small cages. A lot of them had flees and spots of skin where the hair had fallen off. Do you think this is okay? Or should hunting dogs be treated better? I honestly got really sad and there was a lot of space so I don’t understand why they had to be kept in so small cages 😭