I normally don’t pay much attention to my horoscope.
Oh sure, I know my sign — Libra — and the signs of family. I even check my horoscope every Thursday, when I’m putting together the Sunday puzzle page for the newspaper. I’ll also read it if I stumble across it in a magazine.
But believe it? Not a chance. It’s entertainment, like a movie or a particularly hilarious Twitter stream.
Some horoscopes stick with me, though. The one I read in the June issue of Sedona Monthly is one of those:
This should be your current mantra: authentic. No matter what is coming at you, stay true to yourself. Remain centered and remember who you are. It will be hard, since people are coming at you from all sides with unexpected opportunities. As long as you remain faithful to your heart, you will be able to enjoy the attention and support you are getting from people you never imagined would notice poor little old you.”
Given all the attention I’ve been getting since finaling in the Golden Heart®, this prediction really hit home for me.
As I gear up for my first RWA Nationals, opportunities are starting to come my way — and I expect more at the conference. (The power of positive thinking at work, right?)
According to this horoscope, I just need to stay true to myself. Easy-peasy, right? Nobody knows me better than me!
I like it!
You have chosen an excellent story to serve as the basis of your lesson.
I love how you apply this knowledge of phases of life and make it so accessible.
I had the pleasure of being introduced to Pandeji through my family and I was not one who takes these things seriously. However after meeting and talking to him I felt an ease and we had many discussions on the science of astrology and I have always felt assured that by consulting him Inam getting the best professional advice on the subject, Pandeji is a down to earth pious man and I hope he continues with the service he provides to us
Hmmm, I agree with that, but there are times when things go awry.