Thanks for the opportunity to respond. It seems that Isabel is rather certain and I am cautious about that. Frequently, when I'm looking for an answer. I find that which I am looking for is that which is looking. When I became a Zen Buddhist, my attitude changed. Previously I would kill woodchucks in my backyard. As I mentioned, perhaps once before, now I merely growl at them when they are coming near my house. I also take little harmless bugs and spiders gently outside from my home when I find them there. If they are large and dangerous, I still kill them, unfortunately. While the question of" how do you center yourself in that essential thing that lies behind your personality" is a useful question, it implies a duality. When I stop to think about it, I am but a speck in a large united universe, and I find that I am personally better off when I am compassionate to myself and others. My early experience with astrology leads me to believe that it is a myth which has not been useful to me. Warm and kind regards to everyone. .I'm' glad Xiaoshan liked the piece. I didn't.