Very often, we hear the sentence ‘Children are the future of the world’ in hopes of improving a lot of things that need to be improved. There are a lot of delicate topics in the world right now about a lot of negative things that are affecting us globally, in the environmental aspect but also the social and psychological ones and this is all connected with economic development which is usually prioritized over everything else or at least this is the general way how people are educated.
Of course, I can’t talk in absolute values, however, I can for the majority. Psychologically speaking, we are all born evil but what makes us good are the rules, laws, and ethics that prevent us from doing things that are considered to be wrong. That’s why the education of the coming generations is really important and one topic that we all as animal lovers are really interested in is animal welfare.
Nowadays, there are a lot of animals who are either being mistreated, abused or slaughtered for a lot of economic benefits, mostly in the food and referring to horses, even more in horse racing industry. They are stopped by the governmental policies to some extent but imagine what would have happened if there were no rules at all, it would be catastrophic.
That’s why from now on, we have a mission to educate the following generations in the right way. Videos like this one below give me hope that the situation is going to be way better in the very near future. You can tell that this young boy is totally in love with his horse and so is the horse. He is sitting the horse down and somewhere in the middle of the video, some of the most beautiful and tender moments begin.
It is absolutely incredible and definitely a great example for a lot of kids out there who are at risk of being miseducated. This video deserves to have millions of views and I think it is highly underrated. Please watch it and share the valuable message of treating animals in the right way with all your friends. Enjoy!
Credit to Oscar Duarte
Posted by Pacuk Lacuk on Tuesday, March 6, 2018