Teach Me Tuesdays: Hades, Don’t Bore Me to Death

“When Pluto got demoted to a dwarf planet Hades just had a good chuckle carrying on his duties as king of the Underworld.” – Unknown

It’s time to deep dive into one’s personal subconscious or unconscious so to speak. We’re going to traverse the Underworld today in a round about way so make sure you come well equipped for some unusual analysis of which I tend to specialize or rather speculate quite often in.

It’s a blissful day when I realize some of the websites I was using for underlined hyperlink text references have remedied their problems which I’d previously been a wee bit frustrated about.

The frustration arises from the simple fact that providing resources to my blog followers/readers is actually a bit rough to track down or come by. The task can in fact become tedious, arduous, and very time consuming.

I suppose if I’d said this before some would find reason to see my rambles as less of a negative or whining thought pattern realizing or perhaps empathizing with my exasperation towards my bad luck at the time!

None the less carry on with what I’ve worked up to write for you today and please enjoy the scavenger hunt provided with the underlined hyperlink text as always! Don’t forget some clues are hidden in the image captions…


It probably seems of little value to others, but there are always pitfalls to the form of writing that I do. Hunting and gathering to share with you being one of those events! We assume trouble only lurks around the corners when we hunt or gather in the real world, but even online there are some pitfalls to contend with as well as prepare for.

For example, today I harvested some of our beans in the garden which was primarily of the purple variety. But with the rain we’ve had recently mosquitoes have been rather hellacious.

I am covered in welts on my arms that itch and are unsightly. As these critters spread dis-ease it’s not unlike avoiding the traps of online interweb searches sending me to places that seek to infect my laptop.

The better guests of my day in the garden were the tiger swallowtail butterfly and hummingbird who used my zinnias as an all you can eat buffet! I don’t see either/or I suppose as others do. It’s definitely not in my perceptions to ascribe only through the lenses of happy versus sad, black versus white, male versus female, and so forth.

When I first began blogging I spoke about how fed up I was with the Hegelian Dialectic and also Divide and Conquer as philosophical adjuncts which we still must abide by. My belief being that it’s time we move onto new less limiting concepts about our life experiences.

How many of us are relatively familiar with the mythos of Demeter and Persephone to remember a little ditty about a rather infamous group of seeds from a pomegranate? And how many after yesterday’s reference to the fixed stars for my astrology study remember my mentioning about Scorpio with the tarot trump Death?

Pomegranate Arabic Part/Lot

We’re adventuring on this scavenger hunt as a team to seek clues! This stems from my looking today at Arabic Parts/Lots to find one entitled Pomegranate which is arrived at by the formula Ascendant plus Jupiter minus Sun. The solution to the equation being my 2nd House somewhere roughly between Mars and Venus degrees when we really hone in on the wheel/chart given of Scorpio at 6°.

Our 2nd House has many interpretations including those which are also often overlooked. Emotions, our ability to earn, our social reputation/standing, and the reflection of our family are all found within this house in terms of how we accumulate or amass wealth/fortune.

This is not your career or profession, but rather it reflects if you learned to correctly save, budget, and manage debts. Whatever falls within the 2nd House takes on the undertones of a personal and psychological value we attach.

From this vantage point I think now would be a rather auspicious time to explore Persephone as an archetype by exploring her mythology before we likewise explore some details in the symbolism of the pomegranate. Would you like to join me on this little trek?

I’m not surprised to find an Alice in Wonderland reference in my search at all. Much of these are videos so I would advise that while it’s interactive you bookmark the videos or blog post for future reference if you lack the time to enjoy them at present.

Persephone as an Archetype:

“I’m like Pluto. All my relationships end up plutonic, and I don’t even have to planet.” – Unknown

A little food for thought could be assessed here after all Pluto is also a reference for Hades. As mentioned yesterday also in the discussion of the fixed stars I focused upon the generational aspects of Uranus for the tarot trump The Star stating I was born in 1979.

You can learn a little more about my generational Pluto as well as recognize that for me personally on the Western/Tropical natal sphere this was my 12th House of Libra.

What we know of the 12th House is that there is a huge connection with the subconscious and unconscious. What we ignore is that it focuses upon solitude, emancipation, sympathy, unhappiness, endings, and divine knowledge.

This is a placement for detachment being very significant for those on any spiritual path often influencing ashrams, meditation centers, and the unseen realms of dreams, secrets, fears, and an inferiority complex.

Ah, the pomegranate and it’s many meanings. In Arabic we know of this food as ar-Rumm through the Quran as a reward awaiting in Paradise due to it’s many uses in cooking and medicine.

Muslims unlike other mythologists or cultures saw the seeds as a sign of a sustainer. We can find mention of the pomegranate in the Quran 55:66-69 referenced as the Compassionate.

We will find more references in the Quran 6:141 as a reminder of sustenance on Earth referenced as Livestock. All these mentions speak to how the core of seeds are compacted in a layer which resembles a honeycomb.

In Urdu pomegranate was known as انار for its pulp like tissue and leathery skin. The taste is often described as sweet and sour while being an acidic food. Pips along with this outer skin are rich with antioxidants as well as antibacterial properties.

This degree asks if one has the resolve to strike it rich by setting out on new courses of discovery or if they have an attitude of already feeling abundant. Sabian symbols use the reference of a gold rush, but we can consider that the term rush references also what grows near or in water utilized for weaving baskets in a cross thatch style.

All 6° symbols are imbued with an element of construction where it is necessary to make something durable and secure the same way we would construct infrastructure such as a bridge. If we work with the correct tools/materials we can engineer successful endeavors.


A dancer with eight arms.

Each and every dimension carries with it a path to follow and a way to become fulfilled within that channel. It is human nature to restrict yourself to one dimension or perhaps two at a time. But nature is no longer enough within the evolving matrix in this planet. Here is the departure point and the mutational edge. The willingness and capacity to develop simultaneously in all eight primary dimensions.

Bearing this seed is the most sacred and high level of tasks. You are being ushered into limitless vistas within. All the new capacities are arising at the same time from every side and all can be creatively combined into an entirely new way of being. But it takes a life force that is disciplined, harnessed, and mastered. Even in the initial stages this calls for absolute dedication.

If you become overly impressed by yourself the juices are cut off and everything freezes. But as you learn to cut through all images whatsoever the fount again supplies boundless vital spark to orchestrate the impossible. Evolutionary breakthroughs arise through the physical organism of those individuals who have prepared accordingly.

Here is the greatest display of inward ability that can be imagined. May the highest Gods/Goddesses speed you along your finest quest for perfect embodiment.

“If the prefix “Pluto” means wealth and the suffix “theist” means belief or worship of a deity then what do you call someone who worships money above all else?” – Unknown

When we attempt to communicate that which is subtle and ineffable we come to the realization that we need to move slowly so that what we are communicating can be assimilated. Our overlighting awareness inspires us to synthesize and assimilate the divergent energy streams in which we live so that we may harmoniously share our existence with others in a mutually nourishing manner

We elevate ourselves and then becoming attuned to that new level of awareness seek the most captivating ways of expressing our insights so as to enhance their wonder. Synthesizing so many energies together we finally learn to do this in an increasingly cool, placid, and clear manner. Work with guardian angels Yelahiah and Mumiah as well as daimons Shax and Andromallus.

Daimon Shax ties to the Nine of Swords, Moon, Purslane, and Gemini. This daimon is a gift giver with a hitch to what is actually on offer. Before one gets excited they should quickly understand that this is not material gains.

You will obtain something that you’ve had your eye on achieving. Someone beneficial enters your life coming to your aid. Shax’s specialties include assisting with attaining one’s higher self as well as being an aid with the skills of skrying, tarot, mirrormancy, rune casting, and hydromancy respectfully.

Daimon Andromallus is in correspondence with the Ten of Cups, Mars, Dragon’s Blood, and Pisces. This daimon protects your home, family, vehicle, and business from a variety of forms of larceny. Many work with Andromallus to learn how to wisely navigate life’s many twists and turns.

This daimon is particularly worked with to right a wrong when one feels inflicted with an injustice. Some believe this daimon operates from some rather strong value systems. Generally this implies that to work with Andromallus you best have your morals/ethics in order first! Some utilize this daimon when the other person with which they may be negotiating can’t be trusted.

We have two powerful fixed stars attached with this degree for further reference. We would be exploring Gacrux and Pálida in Crux the Crucifix at this juncture. This constellation was known differently in the distant past before it became Christianized.

Gacrux was originally a guttaral word suggesting cross purposes and energies in conflict. Really this is a simple reference to Gamma Crux. One can then begin to wonder about gamma brainwaves as well.

Pálida derives from Latin pallidus to reference that which is ashen or pallid. This matches the Portuguese word as well meaning the Pale One. Ultimately this star offers the energies of a person who will persevere against hardships in their life.

Overall the constellation itself represents cardinal virtues identified as justice, prudence, temperance, and fortitude. Greeks particularly reference a hinge where a door swings and is always moved seeing the term καρδία as a symbol of our Heart chakra for it is the heart which governs and moves the whole person the same as a door might represent a turning point in one’s life.

If you have anything lying upon this degree work with Fire Quartz expressing that you hold boundless energy promoting vitality and confidence while gaining attention and manifesting your goals into reality.

The focus of this placement is that through exploration you will gain wealth for yourself endeavoring to help others at the same time through your fortune. The affirmation is I invite prosperity into my prospective future.

May your Tuesday be otherworldly and well healed! 😊💕

Mushroom ravioli with spinach, olive oil, and garlic/onion powder plus a green kiwi/blackberry fruit salad. Also you see pictured a gluten free apple bread which my mom baked and our newest supplement in our collection!

PS: We received our supply of Solomon’s Seal today thankfully. I think it will be helpful with my trying to heal from previous ankle injuries and the after effects of gabapentin, tramadol, and cipro. Perfect timing with the Full Harvest Moon which pointed me in this direction!

Wisdom Wednesdays: This is Not the Same as All Those Gardening/Farming Video Games You Play

“Computers make excellent and efficient servants, but I have no wish to serve under them.” – Spock

Use the underlined hyperlink text to swim upstream against the currents!


I watched a video today on Sri Lanka and was a bit perplexed by what they were saying with reference to chemical agriculture versus the organic model largely because when we xeriscaped the garden became above ground as RoundUp had been used in the yard for weeds by my step father which I was pretty vehement against ending up in my food. Transitions are neither easy nor cheap. This had expenditures involved that some can not even afford because you’re building from nothing or new. We literally had to order new organic soil/mulch, mushroom compost (we were just beginning to make our own compost), organic coconut coir, and then the organic fertilizers had to be purchased.

The garden actually began in 2017 so we’re now 5 years in, but those first two years no the plants did not produce the same as the soil has to be “built to produce.” Chemical agriculture depletes the soil of what is essential for it to thrive so eventually that model just makes empty food also with little biome or nutrient density is how I’ve understood it. People are going to argue that you need chemical agriculture, and I don’t really want to hash out or debate this. You are going to choose to believe how you want to believe; I’m going to disagree for reasons of my own!

The first year I tried different vegetables because I was told you will have to learn what you can grow. For me bell peppers my first year and broccoli/romanesco were complete failures. My bell peppers were exceedingly small and they did not survive the heat very well in Texas. I was honestly worried about Sun blight. My romanesco began turning purple due to too much Sun exposure. I have not tried them again. Last year zucchini was a complete failure also because I got infested with caterpillars that are known to live in them during the flowering stages. Cucumbers my first year I got an aphid infestation that was horrific.

Beans I will have caterpillars, but the ones I usually acquire don’t really bother me because they only eat the leaves and well I as a human don’t eat or use the leaves so as long as they don’t become so infested that they destroy the overall plant I will let them be. Besides they sometimes just don’t hang around very long. These caterpillars in beans build leaf tents, but rain and watering with them do not mix meaning they often don’t survive I’ve learned such events. I watched several die during heavy rain periods out in Mother Nature if they never dried out or left their leaf tents to get the light of the Sun.

These caterpillars hide in these leaf tents and will stare out at you with what appears to be red glowing eyes. They’re otherwise rather harmless, and I believe it’s at night they emerge to eat some of the leaves. But for me they did not do much damage to my bean plants. This year if they become a bother I think we can cover the structure in Agribon like our lettuce.

Those working in a green house which we can’t afford will have entirely different experiences. Needless to say I left the video thinking here goes a nation giving up completely on organics because they don’t understand the extent of the transition or project. Perhaps they should transition by doing some chemical agriculture and some organic as an ad mixture.

If you need to feed a populace don’t try to convert all at once, but work in stages to get there. This is not Farmville when you grow your own food either. If you lack patience you’re going to be really angry at how long it takes to actually see production sometimes. Farmville teaches instant gratification and well the real world is not really going to operate that way I’m afraid.

Composting is a lesson all it’s own because the first time I began I literally got off my job as a grocery shopper the first year and took our collection out to the compost pile and had a heart attack when I saw these really large maggots or worms in my compost. I thought I was going to be sick, but they later turned into soldier flies which stayed in the compost pile under the Agribon working everything down to this wonderful new soil we were able to spread/use so I became exceptionally grateful for those scary large maggots or worms later that caused me to think I might throw up watching them at first.

That’s the problem with being raised forever in the city and having extreme disconnect with nature. You have zero experience with how anything “really” works. The compost pile was actually an endless source of experiments. When my romanesco was not doing very well I pulled most of it. It started to grow in the compost after I placed it in the pile to my dismay. I thought it would dry up and die, but it was the exact opposite.

Ironically over the years as I’ve said I took up my own study of bugs and critters that would show up in my front/back yard garden including the preying mantis’ who perched often on my zinnias looking for bees much to my dismay. I have seen this in action sadly. I literally watched a preying mantis in my garden catch and eat several bees one day only to then craw down the stem of my zinnia and invert itself blending in with the flower as camouflage to wait for more.

Welcome to the nature versus nurture argument of life and that little problem one will have with regards to peace versus war/martial battle; someone has to eat. I even had baby preying mantis’ in my garden. One decided to hitch a ride on my glasses one day.

An attempt at bell peppers failed the first year, but it got better if you don’t just give up on organic gardening and are able to adapt to adversity. We succeeded at California poppies, buckwheat, and oat grass.
Broccoli became baby broccoli so I harvested what I could adding this to salads. Thyme and other herbs such as apple mint, various basils, lemon balm, borage, etc. were also successful. I’m finally seeing better root systems on my beans, tomatoes, and potatoes this year.

I did not realize until I sat down for breakfast looked out the corner of my eye and wondered what the green thing was looking at me; the baby mantis was returned to the garden. I’ve had assassin bugs also that I try to avoid like a plague which invade the garden. Not many, but a few which I prefer to simply not come into contact with. Let’s not forget bringing in basil to dry when extra large grasshoppers move in to your garden.

I had one hiding in some of the basil I brought into the house which meant I had to run to the front door of the house carefully and put that basil back outside because I was worried the ginormous grasshopper would leap somewhere, and I would be harassed by him/her in my actual house which I also do not welcome. I like my insects to remain outside not inside of the home. No offense just I guess I’m not that hospitable.

I went from non-producing in my garden to over producing. When I was recovering from ankle surgery the cover crops would just keep returning in phases. Buckwheat would go through a die off phase and then if I cut it laying it back in the bed it re-sowed. I still have oat grass growing beside my green, yellow, and purple beans because the roots I could not pull them all they were that well established into the bed.

So I’m leaving this as a companion plant bed. Not only that, but the buckwheat literally wind pollinated so it would spread to adjacent beds sometimes. And then there are the squirrels which keep bringing me peanuts from whatever neighbor keeps feeding these to the furry critters.

I am constantly pulling out peanut plants that begin to grow peanuts in my vegetable garden every year because I did not ask to become a peanut farmer. This means some days if I see a squirrel running down the fence line, and I’m watering I’ve sprayed them with water to deter them from entering the garden as I don’t want them digging up plants or depositing peanuts into my vegetables. One day the water spray literally knocked the squirrel off the fence into my neighbor’s yard. Oops!

Too many variables exist from soil quality to pest versus beneficials to geoengineered weather that can create myriad whoops like droughts/floods therefore you may find yourself struggling to go with the flow. Some years I lost perfectly good plants beginning to produce to too much rain and water rot so family watched me become very angered having to pull up my plants in beds. I get angry at the pests also who usually are met with neem oil or a safe soap with water spray trying to deter them.

Caterpillars I started using tweezers and re-locating them when found on lettuce one year until we got the Agribon ordered to cover the heads. Let me tell you that is the most frustrating of life experiences ever and is to me like listening to someone describe when there are no pollinators so people have to self pollinate their plants. Too time consuming. If you think gardening looks easy you will be in for a rude awakening. It is not an adventure for someone faint of heart.

I really did not understand the person making the video and when I say people argue for chemical agriculture I’m hard pressed about how I’ve mentioned profit motives as well as lobbies influencing 3/4 of what humanity adopts for ideologies in life without any critical thinking. I even realized some make choices from a more administrative roll with little to no real world experience of that which they’re promoting.

So when the narrator mentioned Sri Lanka was only using manure to grow their crops I thought either the person making the video was being facetious/obnoxious or they were implying the farmers in this nation were deserving of a dunce cone shaped cap.

I had that assumption that most farmers even those more versed in chemical agriculture have to know manure is certainly not the only organic means to having a garden. Once again if you’re watching a podcast it is always likely the same as when reading a blog post you’re going to be triggered by something. And anyone who follows my ramblings probably knows I have a short fuse if I feel like I’m being fed rubbish propaganda or just malarkey.

This preying mantis is not just eating a bee atop a zinnia in my garden, but it’s actually staring back at me while I take his/her photo which is actually quite “creepy!” Welcome to nature in all it’s unruly splendor!
We lost our rather large flowering front hedge to winter storm Uri and replaced it with wildflowers this year because there have been some shortages of plants at the nursery which we liked or felt would sustain our climate during the hot summers. Lettuce is finally shaping up like miniature heads.

I did not want to keep using Arabic Parts/Lots for this blog, but I was abjectly drawing blanks besides Ceres, Demeter, and Persephone for what to even put in with regards to astrology today. Persephone at least in my natal chart couched herself in my 9th House Cancer. When we deal with the 9th House we begin to see what philosophies one subscribes to, we find forward abstract thinkers who enjoy publishing/writing, and see a connection with Sagittarius/Jupiter. Cancer happens to be my MC while Capricorn makes up my IC just like the Tropics found on Earth. This placement is usually a person who accumulates knowledge sharing it with others.

Asteroid Persephone Natal Chart

Yet I’ve read from an esoteric astrologer that the Cerest/Demeter connection relates right back to a female aspect of Pater Aether or Jupiter (hierarchical ruler of Virgo which is my 11th House) thereby this energy is not unlike Pan or Eros (Fohat). This kind of energy puts all the focus onto feeding the world’s hungry. For those unaware America’s Cancer Sun astrologically deals precisely with grain crops problems particularly the reliance on genetic modification through pressure from major corporations/lobbies.

I’m that 42 year old female esotericist who extensively studies her own chart knowing that her North Node/South Node axis is Virgo 11th House/Pisces 5th House which is epitomized in the allegory of the northern hemisphere traditions for our four seasons. It is Persephone our goddess of vegetation and daughter of the grain goddess who as the spirit of Mother Earth/Virgo is abducted by Pluto taken underground for 1/3 of every year to become his wife.

Our seed corn lies in the ground for part of the year before it rises from the ground bringing forth a harvest. Anyone remotely familiar with these allegories also knows that it is Pluto as Lord of Death who rapes Persephone or vegetation every season. The Virgo/Pisces axis in our Ceres/Demeter mythology depicts the daughter of Cronus and Rhea or Saturn and the Earth as a disciplined discriminating mind.

To Christianity this is allegory for the seed grain of Virgo being an emblem of the Bread of Christ, Love-Wisdom, expressed through Bethlehem and the first initiation. This actually showed up in a recent study I had with Hebrew Chet, Challah, and Chai.

And while I don’t agree with everything this school of thought says I found it ironic the further tie in given genetic modification/editing we are experimenting with as a global society upon the all new altar of “science” that we would run up across DNA/RNA and mitosis. You see recent “science” reminds me instead of the episode of Gilligan’s Island I grew up with as a child known as The Friendly Physician. Only this is no friendly physician rather it’s a mad scientist; mad as in lunatic!

Let’s just say I don’t like these kinds of experiments and due to my high likelihood for anaphylaxis as I’m chemically sensitized my doctor’s don’t vaccinate me as I had a NDE at age 26. I have not been routinely flu vaccinated nor was I at birth given measles, mumps, and rubella despite my mom stating there was an outbreak because I was tested for “natural immunity.”

I survived fine without that vaccine. This again creates for me a problem with modern “science” in that I am questioning the cognitive dissonance with comparative critical thinking most should be doing. My doctors simply don’t want an uninsured person experiencing another NDE where they have to be rushed at 3 AM CST to the emergency room as previously occurred for me.

One could say I have a very different way in which I manage my health that is certainly not just pharmaceuticals or allopathy which is where I’m also not aligned in any way with transhumanist ideologies. I look at this as the fork in the road where timelines might be diverging.

In 2003 Jupiter entered Virgo staying there for one year during a time when Sirius poured energy through the gateway of the Sun transmitting it via Jupiter through all the zodiac signs paying particular attention to Virgo. Virgo as the hidden gestating Christ or Cosmic consciousness in all human hearts does not appear until instinct transmutes into wisdom.

Jupiter as this hierarchical ruler of Virgo relates to Monadic consciousness while Virgo shares close relationship to the creation of all forms in nature with intimate concern for the Deva/Angelic kingdom especially the elementals or archangels. My 11th House on the Western zodiac holds not just my North Node, but also my Moon, Saturn, and Lilith.

I watched a video recently where someone mentioned that they term how I use astrology as a more divinatory tool. I play around a lot more than most traditionalists with the random asteroids or symbols looking for anomalies and answers often mixing/matching Western with Vedic. Therefore if you look through all of my archives you will find what other esotericists usually don’t like to see perhaps. I’ve done harmonics, ephemeris, draconic, etc. and mapped some hypotheticals before in my spare time simply because I’m too free spirited to live inside boxes or the status quo within esotericism.

Agriculture Arabic Part/Lot

I took a peek at the Arabic Part/Lot for Agriculture, but then questioned if given topics at large if I should not be looking instead at Energy or Finances instead. Maybe another day I’ll peruse those for reference just so I can get a feel for them. Agriculture is located for me 3rd House Sagittarius 10°. This house deals with intelligence whereby one has a practical sensibility that allows them to think as well as communicate being ruled by Mercury and Gemini. We won’t just communicate verbally rather it is often written as well. We won’t find any fixed stars on this degree, but we can still poke around at it for answers.

When we tune in to the tremendous possibilities that surround us we draw to us those forces that can help us to actualize the ones we need most to bring into reality. When we open up to new possibilities of communication we see far more facets to everything we encounter. Making contact with new possibilities we find both energies that come at us for the purpose of holding us back and energies that seek to encourage our progress. Ultimately we find that both of these encourage our progress in the end.

When we tune in to the eternal enchantment of Cosmic beauty we then question the need to always be trying to keep things the same and to always be desperately fighting off the ravages of time. Work with guardian angel Lehahiah and daimon Furfur.

Daimon Furfur connects with the 8 of Cups, Mars, Pisces, and Cypress. I covered this daimon previously, but new information seems to indicate Furfur aids with astral shapeshifting, destruction of one’s ego (ego death), divinity, the study of esotericism, and a focus on introspection/transformation.

With regards to ego death we’re speaking of loss of the carnal ego or one’s aggressive nature/behavior in life. Cypress was used as well as several other trees due to varying traditions for Maypoles, easing losses, healing, past life workings, and protection representing the element Earth.

If we look at the suit of Cups and the Water element we find that our emotions may be difficult to restrain or control in our day to day activities which can cause any one of us to abandon logic in favor of our primal instincts which leads to unfavorable outcomes. If you want a desirable outcome to be realized you will need to work on your Emotional IQ.

What we have to realize though is that we have extremes on many fronts where emotions oscillate between anger, hope, love, hatred, desperation, etc. Relationships can go harmoniously and in alignment with the Divine or they can become strained, misaligned, and suffer disconnect. What you will be forced to do when confronting these matters is examine any and all relationships with others.

Usually what is occurring is that we find ourselves being gnawed at by that which we have built up in life only to find we’ve overextended ourselves being worn thin with no fruit growing from our relationships. Usually unless issues are resolved one makes a break with toxic relationships, heals, and then discovers why they experienced failure. You can’t force a fit where one does not exist so it’s better to apply foresight and planning so you seize something better in the long run.


A star turning many different colors.

Bedazzled by the lights, intoxicated with the display, amazed and stunned by the spectacle. You are your own audience, your own accompanist, your own shadow catcher. Prone to excess in all things in a release of spirits unending. Becoming roles, worlds, and ways of presenting self. Taking karmic episodes of the past and replaying them in another variation. Given over to the senses, body charged, chaotic, and commanding. Taking life through all its shifts and nuances with easy and spectacular capacity you feel somewhat at the mercy of the shadow that comes back to haunt. Effortless grace and subtle burnout. For there is more than this and it will not come unless this does consume itself making way for the unknown as the only place to go when the excitement wears off.

Why did I pick the title above because gardening or farming is not an idle game; you actually have to put some effort into it! If you’re not willing to do so I don’t advise taking it up even if the skill is exceptionally beneficial in my eyes.

Happy Wednesday! I’m off to tend to other affairs… 🤩