The outside of a horse is good for the heart of a man.
Although that statement, frequently quoted in variations, does hold some truth in the opinion of those who have the opportunity to be around horses, there is a much broader meaning to the saying. The relationship one can development with a horse gives a feeling of satisfaction, security and love.
More is not always better.
Giving is better than receiving.
While the general population’s ways would strongly conflict these two statements, they have significant meaning as the Easter season approaches.