Love,passion, friendship, affinity, union, concord,sympathy, the interrelation of the sexes, that desire by which nature is sanctified, are all calling you…


August 27, 2021 Two of Cups
from Astrology Craft Today
According to The Pictorial Key to the Tarot by A.E. Waite, the Two of Cups is described as the following:

A youth and maiden are pledging one another, and above their cups rises the Caduceus of Hermes, between the great wings of which there appears a lion’s head. It is a variant of a sign which is found in a few old examples of this card. Some curious emblematical meanings are attached to it, but they do not concern us in this place.
Divinatory Meanings: Love, passion, friendship, affinity, union, concord, sympathy, the interrelation of the sexes, and–as a suggestion apart from all offices of divination–that desire which is not in Nature, but by which Nature is sanctified.
Duality is the theme of today’s tarot card, the Two of Cups. When this card reveals itself, it’s an indication of a strong attraction between two people. The Two of cups signify electricity, a spark of love shared by two past, present, or future lovers.
The Two of Cups shows you that you share a strong bond with someone. It’s essential to embrace the spark felt between the two of you and let the electricity flow. This is a unique union of connected souls.
Who do you share love’s spark of electricity with?
The Two of Cups speaks of connecting with someone in your life with an energy that flows back and forth like electricity. You may already notice it and know who you share it with, or you could be currently unaware that it even exists. The Two of Cups is here to point it out and hint to you who it may be.
An old friend or lover from your past may still have strings attached.
The Two of Cups could mean that you may still share a special bond with someone from your past. Perhaps it was an old friend or an ex-lover. Even though you have both moved on and are doing your own things, you still share a special bond.
If you’ve been feeling like you’re missing something, or someone, the Two of Cups suggests that your souls may still be connected and are yearning for one another.
Your current partner and the special connection you share.
The Two of Cups may also represent the partnership and electricity shared between you and your current lover. It’s a sign that your relationship is harmonious and you share a mutual respect for one another. You’re connected at the heart and soul, and this is truly a beautiful union of two people who deeply love each other. This is a love that’s meant to last.
Someone in your current life with who you may become more involved.
Is there anyone in your life right now with who you feel like you share a special bond? The Two of Cups indicates that someone in your regular day-to-day life may soon become a more significant part of your life. It could be someone who’s currently just a friend, and you both feel a special love connection with each other.
It could also be a coworker or business partner with whom you’ve been spending more time working on a project together. The Two of Cups see you getting to know one another more and more. It wants to show you the electricity that flows between the two of you. Be open to the possibilities and let the pieces fall into place.
Someone in the future which you haven’t met yet.
If you still have no idea who the other half of the union indicated by the Two of Cups is, it may signify that you simply haven’t met them yet. So, keep your eyes peeled and your heart open, because someone you’re about to become acquainted or start to spend more time with could be the one you feel the electricity with.
Don’t be surprised at how fast it may happen, either. When souls connect, it sometimes can feel almost instant.
How can you embrace and honor your unique partnership?
Expressing your gratitude and love for someone doesn’t have to be extravagant or complicated. Doing something as simple as writing them a note of appreciation or buying them a coffee can be just enough.
If you are in the mood to do something a little more special, however, take them somewhere that’s special to you. This could be your secret hiking spot or your favorite park. It’s a sweet and sentimental gesture of showing them another part of yourself.

Genuine First Reaction

I just got home from detox in the Berkshires.Two days without the internet. Slept better! Rested! Communication more lucid! No deadlines!
Here is what I noticed!

Oliver's Genuine Golden Tones

Oliver’s Genuine Golden Tones

Blurb welcomed me home with these details on how to write for children:
In the words of Kurt Vonnegut: “Be a sadist. No matter how sweet and innocent your leading characters, make awful things happen to them—in order that the reader may see what they are made of.”
Vulnerability inspires sympathy in a reader, and is an effective way of generating interest in a protagonist. But it’s even better when a character begins to learn from those situations, becoming stronger and less helpless.

Children and adolescents are naturally fluid; they grow both literally and figuratively from month to month.
Children are always experiencing situations for the first time—their reactions will likely be clumsy, unpolished, and very genuine.
everything really does seem larger when you’re very young.
Kids can be great characters because they’re a bit awkward. There’s nothing like a lost kid to stimulate empathy with a reader.
For example, fourteen-year-old June loves to secretly dress in boots her uncle bought at a Renaissance fair and an old play costume before going out to the woods and pretending she’s in the Middle Ages. June’s an unpopular kid, an oddball.and her eccentricities highlight one of the best parts of being a kid—the ability to be yourself before anyone tells you it’s wrong.
The best children’s books have stories and characters that are relatable and visually memorable.
Please go to this link, if you want to read by yourself:

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