At one point in Steve Martin's novella, The Pleasure of My Company, the main character Daniel says: "The real me and a false one were competing against each other." San Francisco Chronicle reviewer David Kipen comments that "You could easily read the whole novella as the story of this competition between real and false Daniels." I think we can apply a similar description to your adventures in the coming weeks, Gemini: The deep, genuine version of you will be struggling for supremacy with the artificial, fragmented one.
Oh, good. Well, Brezsny's not the first person to tell me that in the last 24 hours. Unfortunately, if "deep" and "genuine" are determined by seniority, I'm not looking forward to the results.
Ah, well. I was probably spending too much time around other human beings anyway.