Paraphrasing Aristotle, we can achieve fulfillment as human beings by perfecting our natures, which entails embracing and improving our true selves. This wisdom appears applicable to all living creatures, not just humans. However, there is one peculiar horse, Jingang, who seems too preoccupied with playfulness to attend Philosophy 101 class. This dramatic horse has aspirations beyond typical equine behavior and refuses to conform to the expected norms. Jingang occasionally feigns death in an overly theatrical manner. It’s amusing and demonstrates that some creatures prefer idleness over earning their rewards, much like we humans do through our hard work and effort.
Not all horses enjoy hard work…
More than 82,000 viewers liked Frasisco Zalasar’s video compilation of the horse resisting his ‘ chores ‘ by ‘ dying ‘ dramatically. The video was also shared 630,000 times. Huge numbers like this suggest that people are linked to Jingang’s antics particularly on Mondays.
Jingang the horse pretends to ‘die’ in a dramatic way
Nevertheless, horses are not as color-blind as people used to say a long time ago; but, they perceive purples and violets rather than greens and yellows.
The horse does this because it doesn’t like being ridden
If you ever wonder if the steed is male or female, look at the gift horse in the mouth: if it has 40 teeth, it’s male, and if it has 36 teeth, it’s female.