Sovereignty requires responsibility and responsibility demands sovereignty. Sovereignty is taking ownership of one’s life, one’s body, one’s thoughts, and one’s decisions. Beliefs are thoughts held more rigidly, and thus you take ownership of them too. Making decisions can be onerous, especially if you have been psychologically harmed in the past. Collectivism is the opposite of… Continue reading Sovereignty & Responsibility
Hold My Beer
Mark Twain once said: “The coldest winter I ever spent was a summer in San Francisco.” Having lived there for ten years, I know where he’s coming from. And now I live in Austin, Texas, where one might say: “The most pleasant summer I’ve ever spent was a winter in Austin, Texas.” Yesterday, the high… Continue reading Hold My Beer
What is Fair?
What is fair? Is it black and white? Does it boil down to simply this: one of us is right and the other is wrong? Is it all or nothing—fight to the death—winner takes all? Is that what fair looks like? Is it survival of the fittest—the early bird always getting the worm? If I… Continue reading What is Fair?
The Water Bearer Arrives
Early this morning (CST), the sun crossed over the cusp from Capricorn to Aquarius—from an earth sign that is very active, to an air sign that seeks stability. Within the same timeframe, the moon crossed the same cusp and conjoined the sun initiating a new lunar month. In less than 24 hours from now, Mercury,… Continue reading The Water Bearer Arrives
Have you ever noticed how difficult it can be to get things balanced? That’s how I feel right now. My life feels unbalanced. Just this morning, I was doing a load of laundry - towels. After the cycle completed, the towels were still soaked. I have a very old washer here and when the load… Continue reading Balance
[Post updated on 7/19/2021.] The Justice card pictured here is about the exactness of Manifestation. It is also about Karma. More times than not, it feels intimidating – to me anyway. I guess it’s all of those years in Catholic school and the threat of having to pay for my sins, which by Catholic definition… Continue reading Justice