Live and fulfill
There is so very much you can do. So go ahead and do it.
Life offers an endless variety of rich and immensely fulfilling experiences. So open yourself, and step forward to experience them.
You can make an enormous difference every day. You can really, truly matter, in beautiful and positive ways, so go ahead and give your best.
Remind yourself of how silly and self-defeating it is to worry and fret and second-guess yourself. You are here today, right now, to live and to fulfill, so let it be.
It is good to be uniquely you, and to feel great about who you are and what you’re doing. So do what you know is good and right and truly fulfilling.
Every yearning is a yearning to more richly live and to more completely fulfill your beautiful purpose. Give effort and commitment and life to those yearnings, today and every day, and let the goodness flow.
— Ralph Marston
The Daily Motivator
Hecate presides over three-way crossroads. Hecate truly controls all roads: not only does she control avenues of opportunity, she also guards the frontier between the realms of the living and the dead, and the various planes perceptible only with psychic vision.
Hecate’s color is black. She only accepts petitions after dark, the only illumination permitted being torchlight. The last day of every month belongs to her, as do the days of the Dark Moon. These are the best times to request her favor.
Goddess of the Day
Moon Goddess as in Crone or Dark Mother, Keeper of Mysteries. Moon Goddess in her Dark form. She is the Queen of death and rules the magical powers of regeneration. Often pictured as having the head of a dog, horse or boar. Plant associations are Yew, Mandrake, Oak, Mint, Cypress, Sesame, Dandelion, Garlic and Willow.
Goddess of the Day
“She-Falcon”. Dark Moon Goddess; Fate-Spinner. As the circle, or cirque, she was the fate-spinner, weaver of destinies. Ancient Greek writers spoke of her as Circe of the Braided Tresses because she could manipulate the forces of creation and destruction by knots and braids in her hair. Goddess of physical love, sorcery, enchantments, precognitive dreams, evil spells, vengeance, dark magic, witchcraft and cauldrons.
Deity of the Day
BACCHUS: The Roman God of Wine and Orgies. Oh, you know about him already do you?
This drunken rake used to be called LIBER, but changed his name to avoid arrest for indecent behaviour.
Known as DIONYSUS among the Greek free-drinkers, he was constantly surrounded by nubile orgasmic ladies who called themselves Bacchae — although the Greeks called them MAENADS and the newspapers called them something else entirely.
Gemstone of the Day
Iron Pyrite Cluster
The resemblance of pyrite to gold has made it a traditional symbol for money and good luck. It’s sunny golden color associates it with the sun, and with fortification and strengthening of the mind. The name comes from the Greek word meaning “a stone which strikes fire”.
Iron Pyrite makes a wonderful energy shield, blocking out negativity from various sources. Some of its properties include:
- Overcomes inertia and feelings of inadequacy
- Energizes the area where you place it (such as on a desk where you work)
- Helps you to see behind a facade
Healing with Iron Pyrite
Use this stone to overcome lethargy and fatigue. It increases the oxygen supply to the blood and strengthens the circulatory system. It is beneficial for the lungs, alleviating bronchitis and asthma.
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