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‘Women Chasing Crickets on an Autumn Moor’ By Chōbunsai Eishi 1790s {{PD}}

The 12th Is A Good Day To . . . translate your personal power and authority into real-world change, creations, or actions that make an impact. You won’t get rewarded for it, in the usual sense of the word, but instead may find things land with a thud and are accompanied by crickets–but that’s not only okay, it’s the way it’s meant to be–otherwise we’d pause and give too much attention to what will become, with future developments, a vital building block to a new world view we’re in the process of creating. What happens springs from the way our minds are meshed with our highest values and priorities–so we need to accept that no accolades today doesn’t negate the worth of what we’ve done; we just have to let the future prove how really right it truly is.

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