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‘Diana the Huntress’ By Gaston Casimir Saint-Pierre latter half of the 19th century {{PD}}

The 24th Is A Good Day To . . . apply a standard of Love to everywhere you want to exercise power, and then be willing to modify your own procedures if they don’t meet the ‘Loving Test’: is it kind? is it loving? does it avoid creating harm? If all the answers are ‘Yes’, you can go forward and power-express your heart out. One caution: instinct can’t substitute for careful thought or that Love test, so don’t use that as an excuse–that dog won’t hunt, and you’ll end up wasting some perfectly good forward-moving energy.

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