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‘And the Prayer of Faith Shall Save the Sick’ By John Frederick Lewis 1872 {{PD}}

The 10th is a Good Day To . . . count our defensive wounds, as we feel our sense of effective empowerment in the situation before us called into question by our own instincts! Self-doubt may come out of nowhere, based in our response to the unexpected or to the nature of our quirkier tastes and inclinations, or may come as a sense that we are hopelessly out-of-date. Or ‘the group’ may overwhelm us or our feeling may be that we aren’t able to access what we know–it hides just below the surface of conscious thought, making its presence felt yet still ungraspable. We’re just not sure who we are in the moment–and that distrust of ourselves holds the potential for us to ruminate far too much on what we think may be ‘wrong’ with us. Write this down: There is nothing wrong with you. Also: concentrate on mending tattered feelings (your own and those of others), and know that with healing wounds you’ll gain a clarity of perception that will banish any undue Self-criticism or Self-questioning.

A Good Day To . . . is based on the aspects perfecting on each day, Pacific time.