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By Eugène Carrière c1900 {{PD}}

The 20th is a Good Day To . . . consider health through the lens of power, and identity through the lenses of what you honor in real life, and what you honor within. The theme for today is assessment; thought, not action. That doesn’t mean you can’t do, just that you need to be clear on the implications of the doing.

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