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‘An der Marktmauer’ By Karl Hermann Otto Müller-Samerberg 1946 {{PD}}

The 20th Is A Good Day To . . . take a step back. As we have so often lately, we’re prompted to invest in something decidedly unwise–but why? We’re seriously alienated from our own instincts; call it a lack of Self-trust, a lack of trust in the Universe, or maybe just an unwillingness to see reality as it is (for to see it would mean we would have to deal with it). Whatever it is, we’re bleeding assets (friends, intimate relationships, money, things we value), breeding unsureness around who we are at core, and prompting ourselves to question our very purpose–and none of that is good–in fact, it’s not just passively negative, it’s actively damaging. Our best course today might be titled, ‘No Sudden Moves’. The inclinations are so subliminally pessimistic that keeping our balance temporarily is key to not succumbing to despair or nihilism. Stick to what you know, and don’t let this overly gloomy lens persuade you it’s the real state of things–it’s just not. No blame of yourself or others, and a little kindness, is the most effective way to get through the day.

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

Here’s the recent New Moon–