E. A. Buck 2012
Unconditional: not subject to conditions; complete.
Sympathetic: having the capacity of being simultaneously affected with the same feeling as another.
Love: an intense feeling of deep affection or fondness for.
In Sanskrit the word for a deeper compassion is karuna. Karuna is actually our ability to relate to another in so intense a measure that the plight of the other affects us as much as if it had been our own.
In other words, placing these three words as ‘Sympathetic Unconditional Love’ would clearly stipulate what the Spirit within all life would expect of us. No matter your religion or spiritual practice, all relationships with all living beings is herein mandated by these three words.
So how can a human being whom schools and rides a horse, inflict pain and discomfort upon the horse in order to subjugate the horse into a forced set of actions resulting in a false and forced frame of body by which the rider inhibits the performance of the horse?