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‘Girl Arranging Flowers’ By William McGregor Paxton 1921 {{PD}}

The 9th Is A Good Day To . . . not reject reality. Today our own actions and choices are likely to point out exactly how we may be disrespecting our own highest values, and how we may be pushed to act by those things we currently ignore or deny. We create a big mess if we refuse to see and deal with ‘what is’, but we can very successfully heal whatever we find if we 1) will take responsibility for those things that really are our responsibility (part of the reason we’ve repressed certain things is an unwillingness to admit what happens is up to us), and 2) cheerfully redistribute power. With that latter, you could do it begrudgingly, but that only perpetuates a sense that there’s not enough to go around; do it happily, and suddenly everyone’s ‘power basket’ is full.

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