Today, we are privileged to continue our interviews with some of the “The Noble Wilds” cameramen, who share with us their stories about the precious relationships between Master and the lovely wild animals. "I remember one time, close to Master’s house, there was a horse belonging to the neighbor. And this horse was let free to roam in the vast grassy land of the neighbor, which ran along a road that She often travelled on. Every time Master came back home in Her car, when the horse saw that, he would run alongside the car and neigh out loud, as if he wanted to say 'Hallo, Master! Hallo, Master!' It was a beautiful sight, and Master knew that the horse is a very good one. Master always reminded us to buy food for the animals at home as well as those in the wild whenever we went to shop; we should not forget to buy food for that horse. One time, Master got out of the car and fed the horse with apples and flavorful bread, which the horse loved. After eating the food, the horse stood there and thanked Master. Then he talked to Master for a long time. When coming back home, Master told me that the horse species is very intelligent, very brave, very loyal, and they live in a herd. Master said, 'If, in their stable, one horse fell ill, then the whole herd would not eat, because they are very worried for the sick horse. And in the old days, humans used these horses during wartime. Humans forced them to carry heavy loads such as weapons, and trained them so that they were ridden into the battle. Nowadays, it’s the same. Horses are being taken advantage of by being trained to race and serve as entertainment for humans. I (Master) don’t like this, because that is so cruel and an injustice to the horses.' Master said, 'Those horses are supposed to be free and roam peacefully in the vast grassland, such as the ones in Mongolia. Horses are supposed to eat, drink, and run freely. They are not for people to use as entertainment tools, and when they become useless, the owners will send them to the slaughterhouses. That is such an injustice and so inhumane.' So through Her words, we can see Master’s incredible love. Master understands all the animals, and She loves them. And Master’s purpose in this world, besides teaching humans to practice spiritually for liberation, is to also see us treat the animals with love, kindness, and fairness. The weak animals don’t have the capability to defend for themselves. The animals come to this world with the sole purpose to remind us of the unconditional love between animals and humans. The animals are not for us to kill and eat."