As I write, we are in the throes of summer. The harsh rays of the sun beat down on me and I long for something cool and chilled, like the I for ice cube in your book.
Did you know, mis niños, that the ice cube is nothing but frozen water? Keep it in the open and before you know it, it will come to its true state -- water. Put it in the freezer and it will solidify. This tendency of the ice cube to be solid yet liquid, firm yet insubstantial, reminds me of the I in my book -- Intuition.
Intuition is that still small voice that whispers constantly only for your hearing, provided you listen to it. Ignore it and it will cease to speak to you. The loss will be yours.
The voice doesn't always tell you things you'd like to hear. The answers may sometimes cause you a little initial discomfort. And sometimes it will give you more than one answer. And ever so often, it might stubbornly refuse to say a thing. In time you will learn to understand its many moods, and your life will be the richer for it.
The more often you listen to it, the better you will understand what it is trying to say. Make an effort to ask and listen to the answers. Act on the answers. Eventually intution will speak in such a loud voice that it will guide you to live your life in a truly inspired manner.
Centuries, nay, millennia of information, transmuted into wisdom, resides in your gut, your heart, that innermost sanctuary where none but God can penetrate. That voice will tell you exactly how to live your life.
Follow up that voice of intuition with the reasoning of your intellect, if you must. As I once did.
Women are known to be naturally more intuitive, so La Niña, you have an advantage there. But don't lose heart, El Niño, that is not to say that men don't have a sixth sense.
My wish for you is that you may have the courage to follow your intuition wherever it may lead you, knowing that it comes from Up High. Knowing that even if it leads you out of comfort and through brambles, it will take you to a place that God marked for you. With milestones so big, you'll wonder why you didn't see them before.
See what I meant when I told you that I can't be kept waiting. You have to grab it with both hands, by the lapels of its coat and cling to it, or else it will disappear faster than an ice cube in summer.