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'A direct Reflection of their Owners'

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"THE MODERN PRESA CANARIO" (Powerful with a handsome skull)


Meek: " The adjective was often used of taming a wild animal or the calming of people who were excited or irritable. By association it was therefore applied to the outcome of such taming, to the gentle, quiet and friendly who, like a well trained animal, do not succumb to bitterness or anger, whatever the provocation. As with the trained workhorse, this is not simply a matter of passive submission to a stronger force, but involves an active choice to accept instruction (Hauck and Schulz 1964, 6:650-1)." https://hermeneutics.stackexchange.com/questions/2/what-does-meek-mean-in-matthew-55

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    • @knichol5 "As with the trained workhorse, this is not simply a matter of passive submission to a stronger force, but involves an active choice to accept instruction (Hauck and Schulz 1964, 6:650-1)." 

      This, I think is very wise. However, the active choice to accept instruction could be the fear of punishment and isolation or on a positive note the tasty treats or food that will follow compliance.

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