This was sent to me by e-mail.
I saw your posts in LiveJournal, and I was hoping to
ask you some questions.
First, I have a bit of a 6th sense, it runs in my
family, however, I am not able to forsee much of the
future. That's why I am coming to you.
Okay. I have two questions.
1. I met a guy the other night (Friday) who I think
is a perfect match for me. His name is ***** (omitted for privacy).
Anyway, I am wondering why he hasn't yet called me.
He acted completely interested, and he told me he
would call on Sunday. I did call, and he hasn't
returned any calls of mine. So, is he interested?
2. I just graduated from college in December, and I
am trying to find good employment. I obtained an
English degree, and I would like to do something with
writing, proofreading or teaching English as a Second
Language. So, what field shall I pursue?
Thank you so much for taking my questions. I really
do appreciate it very much.
--- Your Answers ---
He is, and he isn't. Recently he has been distracted by another person, but will return to you in all eventuality. Your constant calling has aggravated him a bit. Ease off, and try again mid next week - about Wednesday.
I see two paths before you in your career. In one you will be rather bored, in another, you will find youself challenged, but underpaid. If you wish to make more money, and have more work than you can handle, go to a publisher and offer to be a proof reader - there are even several places online, such as Online Proof Readers
. In the other option - teaching English as a second language - you will be challanged, but you won't earn anything more than $30,000 a year. In both you will be very successful - however proof reading will take more time to develop a substantial income from - and I recommend that you do perform both. Your career path diverges from there, around 15 years from now, into 30 different possibilities. Some of them are English related, most of them are not.
In all honesty, every door is wide open to you, and in all of them you will be successful - but the ones I stated above allow for personal development. In other words, if you were to be a writer, I see you being by yourself, unmarried, for the majority of your life. As it is apparent that a relationship would be very important to you, I have taken what I have seen and molded my recommendation around your wishes.
--- Other Comments ---
Seeing is perhaps the hardest task of a psychic. There is no singular path to anything. Everything diverges into a million and one possibilities - even the choice of one single word can drastically change your entire life. Perhaps the best allegory I can think of would be a doily, or a highly complex spider's web. Every decision leads to every path, and you can always go back to the path you were on, or suddenly move to a totally different path with one step. Nothing is set in stone, yet everything is written. In other words, every single outcome of every single decision is detailed within The Weave - but you can choose any outcome you wish. By understanding these few principles, you can begin your journey to becoming a Seer. The next step is understanding how to access this information. It takes a while, but if you wish to learn, I am willing to teach you.
With that, enjoy your evening, and blessed be!