This is the only whoroscope I find myself drawn to really; this week’s advice is interesting… I am most definitely one of those people who must trwead water, if I am doing nothing, I panic. I thrive on chaos and being overwhelmed. This week he tells me:
PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20): “Were it not for the leaping and twinkling of
the soul,” said psychologist Carl Jung, “human beings would rot away in
their greatest passion, idleness.” To that edgy observation I would add
this corollary: One of the greatest and most secret forms of idleness
comes from being endlessly busy at unimportant tasks. If you are way too
wrapped up in doing a thousand little things that have nothing to do with
your life’s primary mission, you are, in my opinion, profoundly idle. All the
above is prelude for the climactic advice of this week’s horoscope, which
goes as follows: Give everything you have to stimulate the leaping and
twinkling of your soul.
My husband, on the other hand, does not believe in my “whoobie joobie” but interestingly enough he always wants to hear this whoroscope of his…. He is my opposite in the above regards, he likes slow, underwhelming order and routine…This week he is told:
LEO (July 23-Aug. 22): Barney Oldfield (1878-1946) was a pioneer car
racer who was the first ever to run a 100-mile-per-hour lap at the
Indianapolis 500. He was a much better driver while setting speed records
and beating other cars on racetracks than he was at moseying through
regular street traffic. Why? He said he couldn’t think clearly if he was
traveling at less than 100 miles per hour. I suspect you may temporarily
have a similar quirk, Leo — not in the way you drive but rather in the way
you live and work and play. To achieve maximum lucidity, you may have
to be moving pretty fast.
To this I say, HAHA.
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