12-17-2015, 01:27 AM
- 1 May represent the way you perceive a publisher you know or are working with in waking life.
- 2 May symbolize editing yourself.
- 3 May symbolize using scrutiny in how you communicate with others.
- 4 May symbolize profiting from information, story ideas, or news.
- 5 May represent a part of you that has the power to reach other parts of you with important messages.
- 6 May suggest an idea to write and publish a book.
- 1 Publish or perish. (When universities expect their professors to publish peer reviewed articles or books in order to remain employed.)