Here's something fun. In my e-mail box this morning from A Word A Day. This week's theme: words related to forecasting and divination. bibliomancy (BIB-lee-o-man-see) noun Divination by interpreting a passage picked at random from a book, especially from a religious book such as the Bible. [From Greek biblio- (book) + -mancy (divination).] If you are having a hard time deciding between turning groupie and following your favorite band around or to stay put in your accounting job, help is at hand. Try bibliomancy. Here's the step-by-step method: 1. Pick a book you trust a lot. 2. Put it on its spine, and let it fall open. 3. With your eyes closed, trace your finger to a passage. 4. Interpret the passage as your lifemap to the future. You could even add more randomness to the process. To do that at the macro level, visit a library and pick a book at random from the shelves. At the micro level, instead of interpreting a passage, pick a single word and let it point you to your path.