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‘Evans Bay’ By James M. Nairn 1893 {{PD}}

The 7th Is A Good Day To . . . make the distinction among what we know to be true, what we simply think is true, what we believe, and what we’ve been told and accepted without proof. Sort through this, and a powerful creative impulse is at your disposal–but first you’ll have to deal with a sense of being unmoored, of having to turn over every stone in order to align inner knowing with outer verification, and all of it subject to measurement against our highest values. By the end of the day the mind should be clear, perceptions more accurate, and the Truth much easier to see.

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