Monday, June 27, 2011

Free Will Astrology

So in the local newspapers (y'know, the rags with local commentary that announce local events and more), there's a column titled Free Will Astrology. Reading astrology is one of my guilty pleasures, and sometimes it can be pretty darn accurate. Although in the month of June/July this is probably accurate for a lot of people, but sometimes it speaks to me and gives me a nice pause and reflect moment on life.

Free Will Astrology, Rob Brezsny, (c) 2011, wk June 23, Willamette Weekly


"In August and September, millions of seabirds known as the Sooty Shearwaters leave their homes in New Zealand and travel thousands of miles to Gulf of Farallones, just off the coast of San Francisco. Why do they do it? The feeding is first-class, the tasty fish and squid they like are available in abundance. I suggest you consider a Sooty Shearwater type quest in the coming weeks. The very best samples of the goodies you crave are located at a distance, either in the literal or metaphorical sense."

So, while fate is guiding me more than free will or "questing" per-say (to Korea), it's pretty accurate. I'm pretty torn up about going, but I do know that most Korean food is really grate (the goodies I crave!) Why do animals (and people) have to go so far? Well, to get the necessities of life. In a perfect world Asia would not be an ocean away and I would be close to my parents, and to my interests and job prospects.

Time for my next adventure I guess.

And I'll be able to sort through my closing experiences in Oregon: Graduation, Crazy Camping Extreme, Moving Party #1, and Moving Showdown #2. Hopefully with pictures, or at least some commentary about some cool places to go to in Oregon.

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