Hey bloggers, and on this day is Friday the thirteenth again. A day in what some could see as bad luck, depending on how you look at it, maybe. And I have written about this day in times past on this blog as follows:
And it just occurred to me from looking at the date on this computer, that tomorrow, (Actually today, now…), is Friday the 13th according to that Gregorian Calendar. And how many times throughout the year does that supposedly bad luck number occur throughout the calendar year. And I realize that from blah blogging on this blog for over a year now that some dates, days, holidays and times just keep repeating themselves throughout the year, almost as if it becomes the same day, different year. And so the following is a post that I posted on this blog sometime ago when it was Friday the thirteenth, Good luck:
Again I seem to be finding myself running out to things to blah blog about. And I find myself writing about events and a lot of holidays just to come up with ideas of something to write about for this blog. And how do the other bloggers in the blogosphere do it, especially the bloggers with a thousand blogs. Again I can barely maintain one blog, yet alone four or five blogs as I see a lot of others bloggers maintain. And so today the thought of the day is another holiday is here, or a significant date on the calendar has arrived. The day after tomorrow (not the movie), is Friday the 13th. Are you superstitious? Can you see things from beyond and out of the ordinary? If you are superstitious you might want to consider not getting out of bed or leaving home, for isn’t the number 13 suppose to be considered bad luck? According to the Secret Language of Birthdays, the most misunderstood card in the Tarot is the 13th card of the Major Arcana, Death, which rarely is to be taken literally but signifies a letting go of the past in order to grow beyond limitations, metamorphically. Those born on the 13th of the month are ruled by the number 4 (1+3=4), and by the planet Uranus which is both erratic and explosive. The number 4 typically represents rebellion, idiosyncratic beliefs and a desire to change the rules. the number 13 is a powerful number which does carry the responsibility of using its power wisely or inviting self destruction. Well that is the number 13, but what about Friday the 13th, what does that mean? Or maybe you would want to leave home this day, but watch out for black cats, broken mirrors, ladders and cracks in the sidewalk. Happy Friday the 13th.