You are The High Priestess
Science, Wisdom, Knowledge, Education.
The High Priestess is the card of knowledge, instinctual, supernatural, secret knowledge. She holds scrolls of arcane information that she might, or might not reveal to you. The moon crown on her head as well as the crescent by her foot indicates her willingness to illuminate what you otherwise might not see, reveal the secrets you need to know. The High Priestess is also associated with the moon however and can also indicate change or fluxuation, particularily when it comes to your moods.
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This, to me, is a bigger travesty of justice, then he not being incriminated during his trial. I can’t imagine his gall… He cannot help but show off is it?
But then I know of people too, in good ‘ol Delhi, who say.. that Manu Sharma will get away (no thanks to Jethmalani) …
“Even if you view this as a confession, since Simpson can’t be tried again, he’s basically just thumbing his nose at the authorities and thumbing his nose at the Goldman family who he grew to hate during the course of the trial..”
I saw the new Bond movie… and if my blogpost title is anything to go by… I lurrvvved it… He is rugged with a bleeding heart and sometimes dead pan eyes and lovely dimples and well.. thats all… because of some real shoddy editing 😉
And while I defend the movie (again for liking it)… poo-poo to those who don’t … u aren’t a true blue Bond fan then… and here is why it is a good film…
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Its there.. eat it and enjoy and damn the weight and blood sugar counts! I wonder if sugar-free dark chocolate will have the same benefits?
Peas stranegly evoke a very strong response.. at least in my office. People single them out of various dishes and allow them to tumble into the dustbin… and there is no question of actually eating a preparation made entirely with it.
I, of course, dont keep with the trend and love peas. Pulaos, sabzis, in meat, in eggs, in poha, in upma.. if i could, id mash them up and put them as a filling in sandwiches. Back home we even have samosas with a crushed matter (pea in hindi/marathi) filling. ..and once was brave enough to try ‘matter kheer’ which was absolutely yum!
Yeah its winter time here and like all things green, peas too are likely to come into the markets soon enough — fresh, sweet and not exhorbitantly expensive– to buy a kilo and eat it straight from the bag. Yeah life’s small pleasures.
It cute as a vegetable, no? It certainly has been around for long ..