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The winds blow changes, lifting the pages of our book.  Flipping the pages to crisp new open ways, we find answers when we look.  A turn, a twist of the path we see, a curve, a broken limb from a tree, falls on the steps we take, a choice that we chose to make,  Courage, confidence we need, the gods help we plead for hope. – deborahmills © 2016

Only those who will risk going too far can possibly find out how far one can go. T. S. Eliot

I learned that courage was not the absence of fear, but the triumph over it. The brave man is not he who does not feel afraid, but he who conquers that fear. Nelson Mandela

Father Sol rises hot already in our new day.  The winds blow the scents of honeysuckle, lilacs, roses heavy with poignant reminders that summer is here in dog days.  We rise, start our rituals of honoring Father Sol, the Sun with raised arms to accept the glory he shares with his new day.  We have the chance today with our bright new page to face with courage, happiness, joy and peace.  Take courage, believe. Know, that Great Spirit has great plans for this day.  A little step, in the right direction, will come if we chose to see. Courage, confidence is the key. 

Animal totems:  Mule:  Bro Mule is stubborn.  We all know this.  A beast of burden, a worker domesticated, his totem will just stop, determined to do the task his way no matter how we push, pull or beg. His totem reminds us once spirit shows us our dream, no matter what life throws at us, we can determine to keep going.  His medicine shares determination, dedicating and healing.

Lady Moon is at 1% illumination waning crescent toward tomorrow night’s new moon.  This moon is open, void of any obstacles for dreams to come true.  She enters Scorpio today at 9:12 pm est. while the 4th house of self-esteem, values, is in cancer the crab.  Remember to continue to believe in your own power, with humility as well.  Today is the start of Lammas/Lughnasadh, the first of the 3 celtic harvest Festivals.  Honoring Father Sol, the Sun, who is called Lugh in .Celtic tradition, .  Visit a farmer’s market today to honor the Sun, Also bake bread.  Particularly corn bread with jam, was part of the traditional Lammas celebration.  Cornhusk dolls in traditional form were made as a symbol of thanks for an abundant harvest. ! 

I am off this am as usual.  May the fairies dance around each of us today.  Love ya, Me, Cherokee, frankiecapone, Sugar, Apache, Apollo,, T