You Don't Have To Read This
Feel free to delete this post. (How did it feel?) Too many online writers are publishing stuff and telling everyone what they think about this or that. Time for a break. Let me hear from you.
“Mechanization best serves mediocrity.” —Frank Lloyd Wright
FOR WOODRUFF’S PAID SUBSCRIBERS this week, I’ll be reading the comments section on this post and addressing your questions or quandaries about your horoscope and the ONE particular transit you have going on right now that’s puzzling or troubling or inspiring—or however you want to frame your experience.
But please offer a concise bit of context with the transit you highlight. Doing so will facilitate a germane response. (Note: I do not work with the asteroids. Nothing against them, but for me, there are enough elements in a horoscope to keep someone engaged for a lifetime).
Other subscribers are welcome to chime in, too; it’ll be like an astrological Chautauqua. I learned about that social-educational movement from my grandmother as a kid. She was born and raised in Oklahoma, where Chautauquas were the way kids like her experienced culture outside her tiny town.
See you in the comments section (which I’ll close on the 12th of this month).
PS: Bonus recommendation: The Wisdom of Silence in the Age of Online Writing by Matt Cardin, which inspired this update.
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