Stephen Lecce (November 26, 1986)
My mind is playing pun tricks on me again, mainly because I’m not particularly interested in looking at a minor politician in the Ontario Parliament. But the Universe must have a different purpose, here. So, who am I to argue? This is Stephen Lecce, the Education Minister.
This time was originally randomized. It was obviously set for dawn, but I don’t like doing that. Then I flipped the time to PM from AM, but that didn’t feel right, either. Then I moved the clock back 6 hours. Ah, that’s more like it.
The dream I had last night involved recognizing someone from the past, by way of a package of lychee nuts. (My wife does lots of gardening, so that fits in with a box of seeds and bulbs.) But lychees are a specific fruit, one that I do not have the acquired taste for. By symbolically, they are perfect: tough and prickly on the outside, tender and fleshy on the inside.
And I think this describes Stephen Lecce, to a tee.
Moon Inconjunct Mars
Until you learn to handle your feelings, you are likely to get angry easily, have temper tantrums and be touchy about what is yours and what is not. You may feel you have to defend yourself against imagined threats. The problem here is that you are likely to become too emotionally involved with ideas, opinions or even objects without knowing it until someone threatens them. Then you react as if you were being personally threatened or attacked. You have to realize that it is possible to change your opinions and attitudes without damaging your worth as a person.
Why does this matter? It doesn’t, really, but it helps to understand when he changes his mind and he and the Ford Government did, after two days of protests. They then decided to undo the legislation making the strike illegal, and then invited the union to return to the negotiation table. This effectively set the strike clock back to zero. The issues are not yet resolved, but at least both sides are talking. Wait and see.