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By Illustrator unknown. “Copyright 1937 by Paramount Pictures Inc.” – Scan via Heritage Auctions. Cropped from the original image and retouched; see upload history for unretouched original., Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=88027348

The 27th is a Good Day To . . . notice that our first impulse to choose or do isn’t really a smart one–and this is so despite the way our ideas are truly inspired and creative. It’s a matter of needing to do or choose with our eyes on the future, rather than indulging in whatever the ego or our own more base needs dictate. That could mean that by taking an attitude that puts the meaning behind what we’re building or creating first, rather than just acting for our personal gratification, we can make the most of the exciting things we’re visualizing and thinking about. Being mindful of what we’re creating means everybody wins.

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