To know and understand the natural horse, we better know, understand and accept ourselves --as well as others!
South Central Pennsylvannia
near Chambersburg, Pa.
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OBSERVATIONS from N.Y. about our work! [in 2000]
FIRST! A counselor from New York, who heard of us, by word of mouth, called to speak to me, -stating: "Rose, I have a friend. He wears sandals, and He has twelve friends. I think Rose, that he has found yet another friend!"
Then --Joseph said:
"Rose, -good works, in the beginning, is like a hunk of clay, for the potter! You first have to pound on it, punch it, poke at it, and then work it until it gets just right to work it into the shape you want it to be." He then said, " I would ask my God -Why God, does this have to be so much work?" Then I spoke' -"To develop character". This man also stated: "The Mental Health Profession is getting stale, and the thought of your program, and what you are doing, gives me goose bumps"
Then he said:
"Every time I think about your program it brings tears to my eyes"
FROM ROSE...Being on a cutting edge has been a very lonely place to be. Until the program becomes recognized --you are alone with your work. You either are accepted as new and wonderful, and you keep on moving in your study, or your recourses run out. If they do, you just pick up the important pieces of broken clay, you water them down, and you continue to move forward, this time, thinking more of yourself, letting the others pick up the remaining smaller pieces -IF they have the same courage and fortitude to do so!
So many wait for the water-way to break, so their intended passage will be easier. I know where every piece fits, and I had a lot of work to do.
The razor sharp edge we walked has been worth it. The work will soon become known, widely accepted as normal. We walked that edge where all the work began --until it's Right with God.
I repeat that comment this 2014 --as I near completion.
NOTE: His NY client was with me for a full week, and returned --when he was getting better. That, I'm told was his behavior.
I said "next time --I will take his car keys so he can't leave".
' Rose at the Barn'
You cannot add to the peace and good will of the world if you fail to
create an atmosphere of harmony and love right where you live and
work. -- Thomas Dreier