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Redstarts and Butterflies. Five studies in one frame.’ By Bruno Liljefors 1885 {{PD}}

The 5th is a Good Day To . . . let power flow where it will. Trying to control who or what has the juice will be unproductive, and for once, the social order may know more than we do about who should get to do what (and remember, seeing someone on top doesn’t mean they’ll stay there–they could just be gathering enough rope to hang themselves). Act on instinct, stick with tried-and-true roles for the moment, and keep thinking disciplined and reality-focused, as failing to do so can open hidden, ignored, or denied cans-of-worms.

A Good Day To . . . is based on the aspects perfecting on each day, Pacific time.