, ,

‘Twittering Birds’ By Paul Klee 1922 {{PD}}

The 23rd is a Good Day To . . . act with big gestures, with enormous confidence, making sweeping statements about who you are, but all aligned with the facts of the matter, and done with an eye to anticipating what you have that’s new to offer, and what might sneak up on you and throw a monkey wrench into the works. Co-ordination, especially among your thoughts, the philosophies and beliefs that are the underpinnings of your choices, and the actions you take, is what makes for success today. Don’t exaggerate your actual ‘muscle power’, what you can and can’t handle–overdoing will only undermine what you hope to achieve–and examine the sudden idea or spontaneous thought against what you know to be true–that’s the only way to know if it’s worth pursuing.

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