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By Pierre Poschadel – Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=82805545

The 4th is a Good Day To . . . remember how I’ve been telling you to look into those dark corners, to willingly take up what we’ve previously pushed aside or ignored–because doing those things today brings us reward in myriad ways. If we’re looking solely to do what’s smart or practical, we may find we’re all too aware of every problem springing from our concepts around what’s wise, featuring in glaring detail all the problems we might encounter–but that should tell us that perhaps our definition of wisdom might need a re-think–and also that pursuing the positives we’ve earned by facing the darkness doesn’t need to also carry a banner of wisdom or practicality–do it for the pure joy, the pay off of Love or Money, and don’t fret about looking/ feeling sage. Too, the mind and the instincts are in sync and can conceptualize what to do–the problem comes when we try to translate that impulse into action, which is likely to deliver something herky-jerky rather than the grace we anticipate with muscle memory, so planning and laying groundwork may be much more rewarding than actually trying to put ideas into motion.

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