Wondering while wandering
Always roaming looking for answers
Reflections shining back at me
More questions and sweet romances
Reach inside your own heart’s Inkling
Instead of endlessly searching outside
Don’t dismiss the lovely experiences though
Enjoy the journey, dream on… Warm Ride
H ❤ I
No Bad Habits album
Internet UPgrades…travel delays….
nerves are frayed
whatever you do
don’t say out loud
…,,,”burning and exploding, like a slow volcano”
CROWDED HOUSE – WHEN YOU COME and BETTER BE HOME SOON
VENUS Neptune MARS, Moon in Scorpio…. add Pluto for volcanic expression
ALSO sharing beautiful poetry by John and Dana …. “Passion’s Pinnacle”
Friday is associated, in many cultures, with the love goddess Venus.
Look closely the planet Venus is also on show here she can be seen as the bright Morning Star. Rising in the east before the Sun closely followed by Mars then Jupiter.
Apparently these three emissaries continue to announce the coming of Dawn for months to come and in late October they will all rise together.
Colour for Friday is light blue OR unlucky in black and dark blue.
In some cultures, particularly in nautical circles, superstition is that it is unlucky to begin a voyage on a Friday.
Safety first…. stay on dry land and buy Fish and Chips… and have a “super” weekend.
In Buddhist Thailand Thursday is considered the “Teacher’s Day”, and it is believed that one should begin one’s education on this auspicious day. Thai students still pay homages to their teachers in specific ceremony always held on a selected Thursday. And graduation day in Thai universities, which can vary depending on each university, almost always will be held on a Thursday.
In the Thai solar calendar, the colour associated with Thursday is orange.
In most Romance languages, the day is named after the Roman god Jupiter, who was the god of sky and thunder. In Latin, the day was known as Iovis Dies, “Jupiter’s Day”
JUPITERS (THORS) DAY