Scorpio for this week:
Mountains are not always as static as they seem. Due to the collision of two tectonic plates, for example, the Himalayas are growing at the rate of about a half-inch per year. And in 1972, the flooding of an underground river moved a mountain in the Caucasus range over a mile in eight days. Likewise, Scorpio, a situation you have always believed to be fixed and inert is now susceptible to change.
Wow, for once the boy might be on time. Thank the gods for awesome friends. Speaking of, I find it interesting that the caption for my image this month is “Total Commitment”. Looks like my plans have changed and it’s time to focus inside again. I need to go to the mountains again.
Also from FreeWill:
Many people believe that happiness is a rare commodity attainable only through dumb luck. “One cannot divine nor forecast the conditions that will make happiness,” said novelist Willa Cather. “One only stumbles upon them by chance, in a lucky hour, at the world’s end somewhere.” I disagree. My perspective is the same as the Buddhist researchers Rick Foster and Greg Hicks. In their book How We Choose to Be Happy: The 9 Choices of Extremely Happy People, they reveal that the number one trait of happy people is a serious determination to be happy. Bliss is a habit you can cultivate, in other words, not an accident that you stumble upon by chance, in a lucky hour, at the world’s end somewhere.
Very true. And it’s one thing that so many people forget. Everything must come from inside, we cannot gain it externally.