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Rosh Chodesh January, Looking Back on December

Today it is Rosh Chodesh, the Jewish festival that celebrates the emergance of a tiny silvery moon a symbol for God's renewal and our renewal.

Time to look back and to look forward. Yesterday, at Yom Kippur Katan, I reflected on my sin of the past month. Today I take a look at other issues of the past moon month. At Rosh Chodesh in December I’ve picked a card that showed what I could renew this past moon month and I pulled the Empress from the Jane Austen Tarot. 

                      
Depicted is Anne Westwood, a happy married woman who devotes herself to her husband and all people close to her. This was my theme past month. Just as in the earlier months the combination work and home proved difficult. I did my best, as the entry of yesterday showed, but it was not always easy. At one time in the Christmas Season I found myself in the supermarket shouting to my husband: “I want that desert!” I am used to do the shopping alone, but a few times we did it together. His eyed bulged from surprise. It shows that I had to find a new place as Empress. It became better towards the end of the month: a renewal.
Tags: empress, rosh chodesh, tarot of jane austen
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