Changes Are A-Comin’

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I’m working on a new site, and like all technical projects, it’s taking longer than expected. It’s well worth the wait, though! The temporary site will be live by the end of the week, with the full design launched by the end of April! Stay tuned—you will be pleased!

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Daily Poem: I Praise that Silent Listener

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Today’s poem is a lovely piece from Vidya (also known as Vijjaka), the seventh century female Sanskrit poet.

I praise that silent
listener
her whole body bristling—
only a poet
linking words with ineluctable cadence
can touch
her insides with fire.

Image by Intezaar from Harmeen.com

Image by Intezaar from Harmeen.com

Draw for March 28, 2016

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Draw March 28 2016 Suttung Perthro Fjolvar

The Giants’ Tarot, Raven Kaldera

Today’s Draw: Suttung/Six of Coins; Perthro; Fjolvar/Seven of Coins.

Both cards are coins, and the rune is the dice cup. Today you may feel tempted to take a financial risk. Understand what you are up against, and find out all the consequences, before jumping in. Perthro encourages you to shake the dice cup and see what rolls out, but remember not to gamble more than you can afford to lose.

Suttung suggests prudence—neither stinginess nor profligacy serve you well. Evaluate your resources, tangible and otherwise, to see if there’s something  you’ve missed, or haven’t made best use of so far. Look at what you have with fresh eyes, and see what new things you can do.

Fjolvar carries two suggestions. The first is that you may find yourself in a situation in which you are being asked to do more than is comfortable for you. Is this truly an ethical issue, or simply a matter of comfort zone boundaries? Janis Joplin reminds you, “Don’t compromise yourself. You’re all you’ve got.” Be honest with yourself about what is being asked of you, and your feelings about it.

Fjolvar also encourages you to explore new possibilities for making money. If you have to sell out, sell well. Even better, there’s probably an opportunity for you that doesn’t require you to sell  out. Even if it’s something you’ve never done before, give the idea fair consideration. Everything you do easily now was once something you’d never done before.

Say your prayers and roll  the dice!

Lastly, today’s cards came up in numerical order, in the same suit. The odds of that are incredibly small. Perthro suggests I buy a lottery ticket!

Daily Poem: It’ll Shine When It Shines

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Today’s poem is actually one of my favorite songs to listen to when life seems bleak and hopeless. You don’t have to like country music to appreciate this sweet, simple tune about the comforts to be found in daily life, and it ties nicely to today’s draw.

Wishing you a comfortable and blessed Equinox.

It’ll Shine When It Shines
~John Dillon and Steve Cash

The old cat on the roof.
He could stand a little push.
Cause he’s got nine good lives to live.But like my Mama said.
You only live till your dead.
And you got to give and give and give.Theres a pebble in a pond.
Going on and on.
Making waves and tides and ripples and rain.
Theres a leaf in the wind.
That don’t no where to end.
Chasing days and waves and wishes and dreams

Seems like everyone is out, looking for the sun.
Singing rain and pain on he who hesitates.
But it’ll shine when it shines.
You might think I’m wasting time.
But I’m just a good old boy that’s learned to wait.

Wipperwil’s in the Dawn.
Pretty soon he’ll be gone.
But he’s got one good song to sing.
But like my Daddy said.
It’s in your heart not your head.
And you’ve got to sing and sing and sing.

Theres a window in the wall.
Looking out on it all.
Leavin’ fears and tears and troubles along.
Theres a fire in the stove.
Keeping out the cold.
Warming wine and winters and babies and homes.

Seems like everyone is out looking for the sun.
Singing rain and pain on he who hesitates.
But it’ll shine when it shines.
You might think I’m wasting time.
But I’m just a good old boy thats learned to wait.
Yes I’m just a good old boy thats learned to wait.

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