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That’s what I thought. ‘Diagram of the Brain’
By an Unknown Miniaturist 14th century {{PD}}

The 27th Is A Good Day To . . . remember the good things. Today we’re tempted to focus on what wasn’t good, what didn’t work, and what failing cost us, but not only is it not helpful to stare at the past, it puts all the em-PHA-sis on the wrong Sy-LLA-ble. Wisdom is contained in taking a more natural approach, in allowing instinct and our connections to rhythm and timing to orchestrate moves forward, and in trusting that the Big Brain that is the Universe both knows more than we do and, in some large indefinable way, loves us and so will lead us and time things right for us. Let our own tiny brains rest for awhile, okay?

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