|Snow-covered tree under lamplight
It started snowing in the afternoon and when it was time to go home, we had slushy roads galore!
Last night's Coast to Coast AM was about numerology. Specifically, the interviewee was Glynis McCants. Now, I don't believe in numerology but just for the heck of it, I went to her website and calculated my Lifepath and Attitude Numbers, and I got the following:
TWOS want peace. They make good mediators.They are very loyal, and when they say that they love you,count on it!They welcome companionship and the chance to share their lives with someone special.The flip side is that if they feel threatened or pushed to the wall, they become the terrible 2s. But ultimately, they do not want conflict.
Okay, I'll give that one a 50% or so.
The 9 Attitude: The 9 is the leader. At work they'll not just do their job but everyone else's. That's the Attitude Number 9: show me what to do, I'll do it. When it's over, they're exhausted and drained, but rarely allow them selves to tell the people responsible. They need to establish boundaries so that they will not feel depleted by the people in their life.The Attitude Number 9 may have old family pain that haunts them, and the 9 must work through these emotions in order to be happy today.
Wrong! I have massive Great Walls of Boundaries. (GWoB)
The problem with numerology, astrology, horoscopes, etc is in attempting to connect someone's date of birth with his fate. Given that about a quarter of a million people are born each day, it's implausible to say that they're all going to turn out the same way.