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The 18th Is A Good Day To . . . be alert to the potential fairy tales we or others might spin, all in the name of trying to convince ourselves we really are living up to our highest ideals–whether or not that’s reality. What do we get, if we face what is, in all its possible permutations? We see what might be hidden from or denied by or to others; we hear the inspiring message, the specific one we need just now. Then we adjust adjust adjust, according to what has been revealed.

But what if we continue on our present course, maintaining in some area a gossamer veil that obscures our view? We engage in fairy tale theatre, to some extent; we delude or are deluded, mislead or are misled, achieving a kind of Self-inflicted victimhood (even if we are the ones dishing out untruths), spun out of wishes and the energy of matters we have ignored or are in denial about. This is a day when we get exactly what we create (sounds obvious, and yet we do things all the time that we convince ourselves will turn out contrary to logic, or that we will escape the repercussions of), with results in direct proportion to how well we are aligning actions, choices, and behaviors with our highest goals and ideals.

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