What I’m Riding . . . Rune Thursday

So a friend of mine wants to know this:  should she engage in an attempt to interact with a particular someone.  Friend of mine, your Rune is Reverse Uruz, the Rune of Strength, the patron Rune, if you will, of Manhood and Womanhood.  What does it all mean? 

Drawing this Rune signifies that you may have missed your opportunity to take advantage of a moment.  Perhaps you didn’t recognize it as yours for the taking, and thus passed on it.  You may now feel weak, or even that your own strength is being used against you.  You have picked this Rune to remind you to be on alert; for some it may just be a soft reminder to be aware of the signs along the path–for others it may mean a hard jolt.  Either way, you are now being called to inspect the relationship you have with yourself.  Every cycle has a beginning, middle and end.  Each end signifies a new beginning just around the bend.  If you feel you have reached an ending, do not retreat from the task–stay and wait for the cycle of beginning.  When in deep water, become a diver.

So Friend, since I know your situation a little bit, I’ll only say as much as I think the Runes have advised; do not seek out an opportunity, but wait for it, it is coming.  And when it does, don’t let it slip by.  Then it will be your moment to make a move, or a jump.  Then a splash.  Then swim, swim, swim.


About whatimriding

Born and raised in Philly, I spent several years in Las Vegas, working at the House of Blues and writing about the city. I now reside in Tampa, where I continue to work on novels, scripts and short stories and tearfully await former Lightning forward Vincent Lecavalier's return to the bay area.
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