, ,

‘To Pastures New’ By James Guthrie 1883 {{PD}}

The 19th is a Good Day To . . .ask yourself: why is it that your attention is repeatedly drawn to any number of matters you’d rather ignore, pretend don’t exist, or that make you want to throw a fit? Even the most pleasant of topics somehow gets under our skin, and the whole thing has the unfortunate side effect of bringing things to a halt–or at least, engendering starts-and-stops that are disorienting and irritating in themselves.

There’s really only one answer to why this is happening: because you either need to pay attention to this, unfun as that may be, or there’s something to be drawn from it, a thing or state or conclusion you need to be conscious of. Stop resisting taking the time to consider what needs to be understood or attended to; the sooner you address it, the sooner you’re free of it, and even, may benefit from it.

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