To reword Aristotle, we as people can accomplish happiness by making our natures perfect. That implies grasping and refining who we truly are inside. Also, it seems like strange guidance for each creature, not simply individuals. In any case, one senseless horse is too occupied with horsing around and likely neglected to go to its Philosophy 101 classes.
An emotional horse named Jingang has a more outstanding desire than being a negligible steed. It doesn’t appear to value being ridden by others as a horse should. Rather, it makes a special effort to abstain from carrying out its responsibility. Jingang the horse professes to be ‘dead’ in an excessively showy way. It’s senseless. It’s good times. Furthermore, it’s confirmation that a few creatures would prefer to laze about than win their carrots as we do — by the perspiration of our foreheads.