Cancer this week

Israeli poet Yehuda Amichai (1924-2000) witnessed the full range of experiences that life on this planet has to offer, from war to love and everything in between. During an interview he gave in Jerusalem in 1994, he said, “I can stand on my balcony and tell my children, ‘Over there I was shelled for the first time, and over there, to the right, just beneath those trees, I was kissed for the first time.'” I suspect his words will soon be meaningful for you, Cancerian. It’s likely you’ll have a breakthrough or epiphany near a place where you once suffered disappointment. Halloween costume suggestion: the phoenix.

Well, since I’m loving my job right now, great people, seriously nice boss, a truly good human being she is, 30 hours a week suits me but it’s barely enough to get things done, and since it’s so close to a place where I had the absolute shittiest boss in the world, well perhaps I’m having the breakthrough already.  But I prefer to think that perhaps I’m soon to find love because that certainly qualifies and I’ve been doing that magical work too.  Abundance abounds.  But hey, I’ll settle for liking going to work.  I can deal with that.  It’s a novel concept for me.

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