The oppressive July heat & humidity that made me a teensy bit fractious have given way to what is supposed to be a week of cool & clear August days. HALLELUJAH, I feel restored and back to my
silly lighthearted self. Case in point…
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The first idea to float into my mind this morning was a question. The question was: Are you rigging the system if you wait around for Angel Numbers to appear on a device?
In case you’re unfamiliar with Angel Numbers* they’re a series of digits that are either all the same like 4-4-4 or are numbers in a sequence like 1-2-3-4. You see them on digital devices or on street addresses– or sometimes flight numbers.
In my youth Angel Numbers were known bearers of good luck.
As kids when we saw an Angel Number, usually on an electric digital alarm clock or the bank’s time & temperature display, we’d make a wish. They were a rarity back then, more so than they are now with computers screens and smart phones and Dick Tracy-like watches.
I still notice them and admit that I want as much good luck as I can get so I still wish on them. You never know…
Thus the other day when I glanced at the time on the microwave and saw that it was 1:22 I stood in the kitchen waiting for the number to change to 1:23, an Angel Number.
Which brings me back to my original question.
By doing what I did, fabricating a contrived situation so that I’d definitely see an Angel Number, am I creating a scenario in which my Angel Number sighting is null & void because I rigged the system? OR am I using my own observational skills and clever wiles to make my own good luck opportunity?
QUESTIONS OF THE DAY
Did you know about Angel Numbers as a child? Did you make a wish on them?
Do you make a wish on them now?
Did you then, or do you now, make wishes on other things? What are those things?
Do I look angelic or devilish in the photo at the top of this post?
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* HERE is some information about Angel Numbers. It says they are part of tarot. Could be, but as a child they weren’t revealing my future to me, they were fun.