Reflections For A New Year
Dressage Today|December 2017

The value of quiet thinking time

Jenny Susser

How does the rest of your life and the buzzing world around you impact your riding? It may seem like a silly question, but given the events of the last year in Houston (Hurricane Harvey), Puerto Rico (Hurricane Irma) or Las Vegas and the challenges our world generally faces, perhaps it is a worthy inquiry. There are no right or wrong answers to these questions, which can make you think asking them is unnecessary. Yet the outside world will continue to press down on you and have some kind of impact. Do you know what that impact is?

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