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Hikaru dorodango is the Japanese practice of molding balls of mud into perfect spheres and buffing them to a high polish using only the simplest of tools: dirt, water, and your hands. This hobby is, in fact, so simple that children in nursery school were its original practitioners. While it is hard to imagine a five year-old peeling themselves away from Dora the Explorer long enough to perfect this technique, hikaru dorodango involves the repetition of only one step over and over again--rolling a ball of mud in dry dirt. The result is a hardened ball of soil that can be burnished to a lustrous shine causing it to resemble a fine, delicate object d'art. This week, Gemini, you should apply the methodology of hikaru dorodango to the most rough and common materials at your disposal. You might find that you possess the unrefined makings of precious and beautiful ornaments that will decorate your life.


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