I ride. My readers may have deduced this from the many references to an odoriferous, organic by-product of equestrian affinity which have appeared in this column. Nevertheless, riding expertise is about the least of what I have gained from a lifetime of working with large animals. (I do not refer to other lawyers). I have learned some useful things from horses, my own and those belonging to others, which help me in the practice of law. This seems unlikely, but given the proliferation of books about how kindergarten started authors on the way to careers in philosophy, and the Buddhist qualities of armadillos, I thought I would weigh in.
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