Justice can be a difficult concept to accept, whether karmically or traditionally.  Our laws and procedures were created by people, so, they are flawed, as are we all.

             Cosmically and metaphysically, the Universal ruling system works in its own time.  Not always convenient for us, the impatient human.  We don’t see the results and judgements made, usually.

             What our message focuses on today though, is the knowledge that yes, every one and every thing does have…….


             They do exist.  Whether we see or know of how Balance is reached, it is.  Not one person escapes the ramifications of their actions.  Not.  One.

             We are responsible for every good and bad and neutral decision we’ve ever made.  None of which is an isolated incident.  All of which makes up our complete self, our whole journey.

             Not yet returning to our regular rotation around the card altar, we’re receiving another piece of this same message.  Within the cycle of being responsible for our own actions, we lose and we gain.

             Because Life is Death, and Death is Rebirth.  And all is equitably balanced.

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“God Of The Underworld  ~

‘Something which no longer serves you is about to end.’

Hades, God of Death and the Underworld, has appeared in your reading today to mirror an impending death.  Yet this is not a physical death, rather it is a death of outmoded ways of thinking, belief systems, or emotional patterns that restrict or prevent you from moving towards a more positive and inspiring future.

On a subconscious level you have yearned to rid yourself of these traits which, deep in your heart, you know keep you from being and experiencing all you can.  It is difficult to let go of something so familiar to you, yet know that in this instance, it is essential that a part of you die in order for you to experience the endless possibilities.  Surrender.  Let go gracefully, and trust.

Hades is often brutal in his ways, so you may feel unsettled or out of balance in the coming days.  However, remember that this is all a natural part of the healing process.  This card is not a curse; rather, it is a blessing which has the power to transform your life.

Don’t forget, death and rebirth are two sides of the same coin, you cannot have one occur without the other.  Let go of the old and make way for something new!”

Today’s Deck:

Angels, Gods, and Goddesses Oracle Cards by Toni Carmine Salerno

Today’s Sharing:

is this view, earlier in my day.

From a distance, it looks like a temple with reclining couch.
From a distance, it looks like a temple with reclining couch.

             In reality, it’s one of two bus stops that are options for me on non-bike-ride days.  They are nearly exactly equidistant from The Burrow, but this one has a cover.  And a sit-down place.

3 thoughts on “Responsibility, and Making Room

  1. Oh, hey, Woo Hoo! They have decided to go ahead and put bike lanes (about 5 miles worth) in two parts of the Big City. Two affluent parts of the city where there are businesses and attractions. It’s a start, I know. But it annoys me when they start talking about ‘getting around’. Ummm, how is the average person supposed to get there with their bikes to begin with? So they are just going to have to deal with bicycles on the sidewalks, dammit and quit complaining!

    Your bus stop picture started this. 🙂 I am gearing up for Le Tour and they were going on about how to get to the different places (it starts in England this year). You can get pretty much everywhere by rail or bus. Their train system looks awesome. And I was moaning about how we don’t even have bus service down here anymore. And then the bike thing came up on the news last night and here you are with your bus stop. I might just be a little jealous…

    1. Hey! HAPPY FOURTH OF JULY!!! Hope there are lots of good eats and awesome Fireworks on your agenda today! (And, hopefully, a child or two…)

      Well, a dog,
      or two…….

      1:06 a.m.

  2. So when you are waiting for the bus you can imagine you are in a temple. Sweet.
    Thanks for the book of poetry. Haven’t had a chance to look at it yet. Something to look forward to.
    Happy Fourth of July to one and all.

    And thanks for yours!

    1:08 a.m.

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