Prophet of the day (according to Ibn 'Arabi): Idris (Enoch)
The Sun is in 28 Gemini (in my 10th house): The first mockingbird of spring. (Symbol for 29 Gemini from Dane Rudhyar, An Astrological Mandala)
The Moon is at 16Sag15 (in my 4th house). Lunar mansion (according to Ibn 'Arabi): 20, The Water, letter Sīn, The Life-Giver (Al-Muḥyī)
Lunar phase: Gibbous - Overcoming (Phase names and keywords from Dane Rudhyar, The Lunation Cycle)
Overnight, the Moon entered my 4th house. In the early afternoon, the Moon will transit my natal Moon (in my 4th house).
I am writing later than usual because we had guests yesterday afternoon and evening, and they have stayed the night. I spent time with them and then had iftar before heading out the mosque for teravih. I was a little concerned about timing things correctly. After the language-barrier awkwardness of last week's iftar, I thought it best to skip this week's, but I didn't want to walk into teravih in progress or to face any other awkward situation like that. As it turned out, I entered the mosque just a couple of minutes before the imam started his pre-teravih lecture (predavanje). I understood only fragments of what he was saying, but it seemed to be a fairly standard teaching story. People continued to enter the mosque while he was presenting. After about 15 minutes, it was time for prayer. I hadn't been to teravih since I lived in Atlanta, so I was hoping to be able to follow what was going without appearing too awkward. As it turned out, everything worked out fine and it was a beautiful experience.