The horse you were riding on

Dead Horse Point2 
Once you 

see the horse 

you were riding on

is dead:

get off.

Dakota tribal wisdom.

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9 Responses to “The horse you were riding on”

  • Edna says:
    November 23, 2010

    Enlightening wisdom. I thought it came from a song=)

  • Mike Harrison says:
    November 23, 2010

    Deep, there's a lesson there ;o)

    November 23, 2010

    that would be right, Mike... that would be right, you know me well you do :-) waiting for someone to figure it out! LOL

  • Kate Bell says:
    November 24, 2010

    Not that sure sitting on a dead horse can be qualified as "riding".

  • Sue Lyon-Jones says:
    November 24, 2010

    Like Mike says, deep...

    Something to do with "horses for courses", perhaps? ;-)

  • Luke Meddings says:
    November 24, 2010

    Hmm - I think I know what you mean and am just finishing a post on the same subject! Though I might be wrong..

  • DavidD says:
    November 24, 2010

    "No point flogging a dead horse" perhaps?

    The question is: what is the dead horse?

    Course books? A test-driven system? OUt-dated methods?

  • Vicki Hollett says:
    November 25, 2010

    Change is inevitable so the ability to switch horses is an admirable skill - plus it leads to a much more interesting life.
    Happy riding!

    November 25, 2010

    Hi ya, Kate... you'd be surprised ;)

    Luke, Sue, DavidD, Vicki - exactly :-)


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