posted on Oct, 4 2014 @ 09:35 AM
The sun can be a great source of energy and creative power, but we are delicate flowers unable to persist in climates that are too radically different
from the ones we presently persist within. Even if you maintain a vigilant philosophy of independence, if you fly too closely to the sun, you will
incinerate all of the things that that make you unique and independent, leaving behind only those things that are immutable and timeless. If; however,
you fly close to the sun and return to this place, the first things to burn up are generally the weakest, most confused and least integrated parts of
yourself. This cooling off period allows for a regeneration of self, restoring you to a more glorious condition than you previously enjoyed. These
cyclic patterns can be an adjuvant for self-development if you utilize it properly.
I would take this as a warning, do not become like Icarus burning off his own wings to be eternally diminished, but become like Apollo burning
brightly across the sky for the whole world to see. If you can surf this razor's edge and use it to your advantage, you can grow in independence and
strength without annihilating your inherent nature. If you prune your garden wisely, you can use this process to burn away the chaff leaving behind
only golden wheat for the enjoyment of the world.