Judgment Day

I found this guy, Rob Brezsny, on the internet, and signed up for his newsletter.   Brezsny’s a subversive, trickster character.  I’m ambivalent about both astrology and tricksters.  Less so the latter because while I don’t like being screwed with (who does?), I can see value in what a trickster brings to the cosmic table.

Brezsny’s weekly newsletter has more than just horoscopes.  Sometimes the thoughts in it just seem random, on the edge of making sense.  It’s like looking for something out of the corner of my eye and not quite getting it.

But this week reinforced the idea that I’m where I’m supposed to be, doing what I’m supposed to do.  The universe hasn’t let me down yet, I don’t give up that easily.

Many people sincerely think that they will be called before God to account for themselves on Judgment Day. If you yourself have held that belief, you can stop worrying about it. The fact is, according to a survey of over 800 dissident bodhisattvas, urban witch doctors, sacred agents, and undercover geniuses, that you are called before “God” on “Judgment Day” on a regular basis.

Since you still exist, you have apparently passed every test so far. “God” obviously keeps finding you worthy. You shouldn’t get overconfident, of course. But maybe from now on you can assume that although there may be a world of pressure on you, that pressure is natural, merciful, and exactly what you need.


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