Sunday, July 20, 2008
Last evening I attended a concert at the Greek Theater in Berkeley with some dear friends. It was a perfect night. The sign at the entrance of the venue sadly stated that no bottles, no alcohol, no cameras nor picnic baskets were allowed on the premises. Somehow, I got all listed items passed security with a smile, and even a complement on my red riding hood-esque basket. Fun, and maybe a tiny installment of good Karma? The music of Lesly Feist is simply elegant and moving. She can rock, and sway and swing like not many other. I like her a lot. And I loved her white fringe dress, very Stevie Nicks, very Feisty.
Friday, July 4, 2008
"If you can't explain it simply, you don't understand it enough." - Albert Einstein
May 21-June 21
It's not the time for action, Gemini. Instead, cultivate your intuition and sit pretty. You'll be rewarded by fortifying your self-confidence. When you feel good, have clear intentions, and are balanced, you'll reap the best from your efforts. Wait until that time arrives before you step out.
Sept. 23-Oct. 22
Watch out for acting like a martyr, or only trusting love from others if they're martyrs too. Now is the time to hold true to your ideals without throwing any babies away, no matter how dirty their bath water. Let compromise, hope, and patience be your guide.
I think his words are true, that Albert, matter of fact I know so. My horoscope professes similar advice and wisdom. Esentailly stating not to act until you know for sure, otherwise, you're acting out of a lack of understanding. I know this. I realize that in defining, or attempting to define my relationship with a troubled Libra man, I stumble, I make disclaimers to outsiders and myself, I analyze and set my mind into tape loops, all the while managing no clear and simple way to define us. This sad fact results from the ironically simple fact that there is no way to define us. We are in purgatory, and neither one of us can explain why, thoroughly. I think he thinks he knows. I think he doesn't know. And he's not too much the martyr, nevertheless, I think that compromise, hope and patience should indeed be his guide towards understanding. Once he understands, and once I make up my mind to, we can revel in the closure or the new beginning we both so heart-fully seek.
Don't argue, I suggest, or allow frustration to run rampant throughout your tender nervous system. Instead, learn, then know and then act. It will be so much simpler when we fight for what we believe in, so long as we know our cause intimately. Be well, and enjoy the enlightenment of understanding. I so look forward to it.