Today’s Oracle takes us to the Capricorn monthly for April 1, 1999
Last summer, during the first contact of the current Saturn-Neptune square, I had a little paroxysm of glee about the existence of the Brooklyn Bridge, which I considered to be the perfect metaphor for an astonishing mixture of stone and vision. And though I grew up in Brooklyn, I’d never walked across it, and finally had a chance to last fall. Suddenly, standing on the walkway high above the Earth and the traffic and eye-to-eye with skyscrapers, I was flooded with memories of so many forgotten dreams of walking over that bridge, yet I was stunned at how much larger it really was than I had ever envisioned. Let’s take this literally for a moment. Walk into your dreams, and discover that they are stronger, wider and more towering than you believed they really were, or could be.
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Really beautiful experience. Kinda like the tittle of your article of today, “Cause and effect never really separate”.