A few days passed and she went back to the gallon of milk and poured a large glass to go with a freshly baked brownie. The milk was less frothy, and just somehow LESS enjoyable, but she thought to herself “The first time I had this milk, it was the best milk I had ever had, so I will drink this, and see if it doesn’t improve the next time.”
A week later she poured another glass of milk from the same gallon. It now smelled a bit “off,” but she was no quitter! She had had this milk once, and it was lovely…
Yet another week passed and she went back to the milk, expecting that it would somehow have become that magical liquid she had enjoyed a few weeks back, but it poured out in lumps and was completely sour. Yet she drank (or ate) it anyway, sure that if she just kept TRYING it, the milk would regain its original state and she would be able to have the same experience as the first…
OK, how silly does that sound. Of course, this probably never happened, but it was to illustrate a point. And that is how many times, and in how many ways, have you yourself done something similar?
Hanging on to Memories
If you need help, a Tarot reading can be a great tool for helping to clear the proverbial cobwebs from your mind and show you beneficial and productive paths that you can then choose to walk, or not walk, which is just as important to discover. As we start the New Year, it’s time for some clarity and a fresh look at old habits.
It's also time for a new gallon of milk… and a yummy chocolate chip cookie to go with it!
Happy New Year!