The 14th is a Good Day To . . . face health or empowerment issues head-on. Both change and seeing the relevance of what’s happening may be difficult, but it’ll be clear that we need to take a realistic, warts-and-all view of what is, both to avoid losing what’s precious by being misled and to prevent our own rebellious inclinations from taking over at inopportune moments. Willingness to face what we’ve been ignoring or denying is the linchpin to success; it removes that destructive spark of desire to undermine our own cause, and it connects us to reality in a way that makes what we need to do obvious, as well as urging us to make short work of doing it.
A Good Day To . . . is based on the aspects perfecting on each day, Pacific time.
Beautiful painting… I like the brilliant colours and the details.
Is the lady holding the loving cup offering a toast to a lover who may be far away, as her pensive sad look suggests ? Very romantic !
I always think of Rossetti and Burne-Jones in competition for most romantic painting 🙂 And yes, I love the depth of the color, too.
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