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‘Factory in the Moonlight’ By Maximilien Luce 1898 {{PD}}

The 25th Is A Good Day To . . . keep in mind the Finger of God formed yesterday; that assessment of the Finger ends with this sentence: “See your thoughts for today (the 23rd) as not fully formed or informed, and have the courage to wait.” That means that today and yesterday, the 24th and 25th, we are ready to assess things. Processing that Finger at present requires some other, new considerations: we need to know that today instincts and what we ‘know but don’t know’ won’t automatically serve ambitions, but that if we are willing to modify thinking to accommodate that instinctual knowing, the mentality just might support our goals; and that looking toward the future, especially in terms of what we think, act out, and dream, is a very good thing to do, but that we must remain aware of the way what we think we want is somehow tainted by our fears and wounds–so suss out that fear-influence (because it will change our idea of what’s desirable), before setting ourselves on a particular course.

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