On the trail home

Whenever it feels as if my thinking is off track, I remember my horse named “Dark Armor.” He possesses, as all horses do, an innate instinct to find the way home. 

Many years ago I’d planned to meet up with friends on a ranch for a long trail ride. One by one each friend had to cancel. But it was a lovely day, so I decided to take Armor out for a trail ride, just the two of us. Taking many turns along the way, we climbed hills farther and farther away from where we’d started. And though I knew the trails quite well, we ended up going beyond areas which were familiar to me. 

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