So, we are blossoming 🌺🌷💐 aren’t we? This is not Wall Street. This is not the New York Stock Exchange. This is not the Dow Jones. This is not the free market. This my honey, is the living economy. What’s that mean? It means every single one of us is an artista. We make love through our art. We are beautiful beings of the light. We have so much to share. We are extraordinarily prolific. Our works sell for five dollars or two hundred or anything in between. We have gigs. We go to restaurants and shops and coffee houses and we spend our time doing our shifts. We love it and so do our bosses. Then we do our art, make our music, do our classes as professors of learning and hang out. We write✍️, we eat🐮🐍🐊🐘🦌🦀🦐🦃🐔🐓🦇🐛🌶️🥑🌽🥞🍜🍩🍕🌮🌯🌭🍔🍟 and we dance. This is the living economy. It means we support each other through art. It means we cultivate beauty in everything we do. You are absolutely designed to be beautiful.❤️ You are made of the most brilliant star dust. You are centuries old. You are fabulously encrypted for art. Magic is in your fingertips. I can’t imagine what you will do next. What is it, Maisie? What is it Ray? What is it Maybelle? Oh, wow. Asparagus 🥒🥕🥖, you say!!! Well, okay, honey pie. I like asparagus. Do you? I like blueberries, do you? I love guitars, especially men with guitars, do you? Oh dear, I digress again. How can a five year old be an actuary with her math? She better go to school to find out. I think we should read about science then. What are the planets up to? What are the astronauts doing? How do we become aeronautical engineers by the time we’re 28? Leave the history alone right now til we have new books because it’s mostly lies. Michael Harding on Patreon has really pretty podcasts to listen to if you want to listen today. And Stephanie and Christine and Shelley at Cosmic Path have excellent readings on the planets. Make sure to do something fun with your hands today. Like sculpy or playdough. In the tins or homemade. Something good and colorful and nice for you. Also let’s make popcorn with our air poppers. You probably don’t have to be around too many adults today, kiddos. Keep it small. Take a nap. And don’t walk too much. The earth needs a little rest from our feet. Friday is our rest day anyway. This afternoon, we gather for our musica at 3:30pm. It’s probably our first one. So let’s not have big food. Let’s have snacks. And bring our instruments, do our thing. Let Bobby Mcferrin guide you if you need something. He’s our maestro. And on Sunday we have our wine and cheese at 2pm at our houses for visiting. Just put out a little sign that says cheese and crackers. Do the same for music on Friday. Say open jam if you don’t have people. On Sunday, we dance at 4pm to our five rhythms playlists.