THOMPSONS STATION, TENNESSEE — January 1, 2021 – First-time author and horsewoman Diane Moschera [moe-SHER- ah]has written a love story, but it’s not a romance novel.
For Moschera, the ongoing love story is about experiencing God’s love and wisdom from lessons delivered through a majestic part of God’s creation – her horses.
Throughout her lifetime of loving and caring for horses, she says God’s most clear ways of communicating with her has been in her relationship with horses. In their gentle spirits, she says she has learned lessons God has for her and used to help her grow into the person God intends her to become.
“Every horse I encounter has taught me something,” she writes. “They may be without speech, but they are not without a voice. There are many great messengers at Second Wind Farm.”
She shares some of those personal but universal lessons in her forthcoming book, The Horses of Second Wind Farm: Their Lives, Our Lessons.
Moschera and her husband own and operate Second Wind Farm in middle Tennessee, south of Nashville. It’s a boarding and training facility, as well as being their home and respite.
In the book, she profiles 11 of the more than 50 horses she has known in her lifetime so far, describing the unique personalities of each horse and noting an attribute that became a life lesson for her.
“I am most grateful for the messages from Heaven shared through my horses. Every horse I encountered has taught me something. They have brought focus and direction. They have brought God’s wisdom, strength, hope, and love into my circumstances. Their soft, simple language often speaks louder than words,” Moschera writes.