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'Bathers' 1908 Kazimir Malevich {{PD}}

‘Bathers’ 1908 Kazimir Malevich {{PD}}

Our highest values and those things we honor (like the home front and our mate)  offer smart and practical guidelines to choice and action today, and we have a certain knack for originality in venues where we express our power or authority–so what’s not working? Our relationships and financial priorities might be almost too grounded in the reality picture–that is, we might be too quick to accept limits or that ‘that’s just the way it is’, and messages, especially feedback from the social sphere, or the facts of any matter, may be oddly hurtful, wounding without any discernible reason. We may be too open without knowing it to the nebulous hurt of the Collective, and find ourselves attaching that undefined pain to what we hear or think–the solution may be to stop paying so much attention to concrete boundaries and see to the psychic ones each of us must have in place for our own health and happiness (Vesta parallel Pallas, Uranus nov Ceres, Venus semi-square Saturn, Mercury semi-square Chiron and sesq Jupiter)

For the outlook for the 16th, please see the previous post. Thank you, and have a great day!

Today’s word image is protective netting blown off new garden seedlings by the wind. Is the wind a destructive element in your world, or a productive one? Do you shelter from it, curse it for desiccating your crops, hang your laundry to dry in it, or place your wind turbine in it to produce energy? Winds are, above all else, manifestations of change, whether that be barometric, historical, or personal shifts in fortune. What in your life is inevitably changing, and what ‘seedlings’ must you protect during that change?

Based on a photo taken by Scott Phillips and printed in Fine Gardening 60, p24, found at http://www.finegardening.com/CMS/uploadedImages/Images/Gardening/Issues_51-60/041060049-03_lg.jpg posted by Rsperberg  Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported

Based on a photo taken by Scott Phillips and printed in Fine Gardening 60, p24, found at http://www.finegardening.com/CMS/uploadedImages/Images/Gardening/Issues_51-60/041060049-03_lg.jpg posted by Rsperberg Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported

 

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