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‘Studio Lunch’ By Henry Siddons Mowbray c1900 {{PD}}

The 11th Is A Good Day To . . . go with what pays off, rewards, nurtures, or provides, and let everything else go, for now. Pursuing ambitions only creates conflict, and desire fulfillment brings a kind of identity indigestion–what we’re hungry for doesn’t necessarily fit the Soul’s longings–so going after goals just doesn’t agree with us, one way or another. It’s an unusual approach, but counting your assets, Love, and blessings, and responding to the original, the accident, the spontaneous all contribute to well-being and prosperity, often in ways we couldn’t otherwise have consciously arranged. Set aside the push forward and the attempt to manipulate or control situations, and then fix attention on all the positives, and watch them multiply.

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