Mojo is so funny. He chooses to sleep in the strangest places, like the hood of my coat and in the box that arrived yesterday with my boots in it. Yes, my boots are here and I will post pic later. They are so cool! One bad thing about them though. I am already a tall woman and the boots make me stand about 6′ tall, the heel is that high. LOL 🙂 But I love them and they will go with just about anything. I think they would look good with a gunny sack. Here are some pics of Mojo being Mojo.
Here’s my addition to Dolly’s Art Game. I love butterflies!
Aquarius Horoscope for week of December 13, 2012
Be honest. Have you had any of the following symptoms? 1. Lack of interest in trivial matters and a yearning for big, holy mysteries. 2. Unfamiliar but interesting impulses rising up in you and demanding consideration. 3. Fresh insights into people and situations you’ve known a long time. 4. An altered sense of the flow of time. 5. Out-of-the-blue recall of long-forgotten memories. If you haven’t experienced any of the above, Aquarius, I must be totally off in my analysis and this horoscope isn’t for you. But if you’ve had even two of these symptoms, you are on schedule to get what those of us in the consciousness industry call a “religious experience.”
Sometimes it’s a challenge to try to figure out what’s important and what’s not important.
The German religious reformer Martin Luther was fond of referring to the faculty of reason as a “damned whore.” He believed it gave itself in service to any old theory, often propping up specious arguments rooted in hidden emotional agendas.
Though I regard my ability to reason as a prized asset, I confess to having some of Luther’s mistrust. Like most of us, I have corrupted my logical mind by sometimes using it to disguise and rationalize my subjective biases.
Can you imagine having so much self-awareness that you never turn your reasoning ability into a whore? Are you willing to probe with merciless honesty for the unconscious feelings that drive you to believe what you do, and to analyze the ways you mask your subjective biases as “objective fact”? Could you suspend all your preconceptions and greet every situation with a scrupulously open mind? Try to live up to that high standard for a period of three days.