“What did you do today, P?” the soldier asked last night.
“Oh, well I am writing about tying down those air conditioners,” I said.
“You are? What do people think about that?”
“I don’t know. I suppose they think it’s strange. Foreign. Most women don’t want to work like that. I don’t think it occurs to them. So when they read this they problem wonder, what the hell? But after awhile… well fact is this energy may be overt in me but it is in them as well. Everyone has Mars in their chart. Everyone is interested in having some prowess so I do think this kind of writing has an effect.”
“Agree with that,” he said.
“It’s like how that Martial music gets you going. It rouses something in you. And I think I am Martial music myself, just walking around. My blog is Martial music, particularly for women. And I am glad about it because as far as I am concerned, women who are not aware of their Mars function cause horrible problems in this world so we ought to get them going.”
“Yeah, so this is what I’m writing about. And it’s not popular because it’s not easily understood. People think this kind of thing has nothing to do with them but it has everything to do with them so it leaks in on it’s own accord regardless of what a person may be thinking with their head. So that’s what I’m doing. I am writing unpopular stuff because it seems that I should.”
Do you feel connected to your prowess? If so, to what extent?