Tuesday, February 08, 2005

Somewhere in this world

Today I am going to put my hands over my ears and say "lalalalalalalalalalalalalalalala" to all the "what ifs" and "might have beens" that are going on in the Bush Family world. Then, of course, I am going to climb up a ladder and pressure wash my roof.

My visit to Free Will Astrology this morning rewarded me with the following horoscope:

Gemini Horoscope for week of February 3, 2005

Somewhere in the world is a tree that has been struck by lightning in such a way that the scorch marks show your initials. This is the week of all weeks when you could find that tree. Somewhere in this world, there is a treasure that has no value to anyone but you, and a secret that is meaningless to everyone except you, and a frontier that possesses a revelation only you know how to exploit. This is the week when you could stumble upon those things. Somewhere in this world, Gemini, there is a person who could ask you the precise question you need to hear in order to catalyze the next phase of your evolution. This is the week when you might run into that person.

Knowing that there is a treasure out there that has value only to me, and a secret that is meaningful to only me is what allows me to move forward into the rest of my life with a higher level of zest and excitement than I usually have when planning to power wash the roof.

The cryptology of this entire horoscope can only be referring to the fact that every experience I have is meaningful to no one but me. The lessons that are mine to learn can only be confronted and understood through my experiences. Even if I was "Born Again" today, I wouldn't be able to share the concept of that experience because that is the nature of life...on purpose and by design.

Also...my Spanish class is going great.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

That is a lot of trees man. Like one/twelvth of the population. All those dead scortched trees. Man. It really makes you want TO STAY OFF THE ROOF

dailyread said...

Maybe they weren't REALLY my initials...