Sun Sign

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I will not suffer blog envy.
I will not suffer blog envy.
I will not suffer blog envy.

Brilliant post, Wyrd! I took some notes on Scorpius, how could I not? Quality and relevant posting, as always. Your level of content is what one should aspire to, until then “one” must sponge. Pardon me, I mean reblog! And happy to do so 🙂

From the tarot-meditation perspective, I would like to point out that the Summer Solstice is an ideal time to contemplate creative endeavors.

~ Consider the seeds, the ideas, planted in the Spring. Do you see growth? Discern the promising from the unpromising.

~ How can you extend the rays of the sun, encouraging continued growth to those still tender shoots?

~ What personal strengths do you shine on yourself and others?

~ How do you perfect your favorite summer cocktail so that you may ponder these questions in idyllic leisure?

Happy Summer Solstice!

I’m a fan of Artemis too (aka Diana, aka Wonder Woman)

Thanks, Wyrd!

 

Logos con carne

The two Solstices are the only universal holidays I celebrate. There many personal holidays, almost all anniversaries of whatever happened that day: births, weddings, deaths; the arcs of jobs and love affairs; graduations and engagements; all the milestones of life. (The trick is to avoid Marley’s chains and chests.)

When it comes to the world, I see only two true holidays whose meaning every mind on Earth shares; two that everyone can anticipate and appreciate. These holidays are defined by the star that gives us life. They mark our orbit as precisely as the numbers of a clock mark the hours.

In fact there are four such star-marked days; two major, two minor.

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Published by Christina Schmidt

I'm an author and live in the vibrant city of Austin, Texas. Cheers, y'all.

5 thoughts on “Sun Sign

  1. “Ophiuchus sticks his feet in, and some think that makes him a 13th, but he’s just a constellation photo-bombing the twelve signs. Just look at the fool:”

    Thank you, Wyrd! That’s the most concise and aptly accurate Ophiuchus statement I have heard in 20 years. Thank you!

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  2. W-Man,
    “Ophiuchus sticks his feet in, and some think that makes him a 13th, but he’s just a constellation photo-bombing the twelve signs. Just look at the fool:”

    Thank you, Wyrd! That’s the most concise and aptly accurate Ophiuchus statement I have heard in 20 years. Thank you!

    Also, I have to say, in regards to your blog title “Logos con carne.” DAYum. Great title. Like ordering “Christmas” on a meal in Santa Fe, NM — red and green chili for the soul.

    Excellent post! Had to follow.

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