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The 1st is a Good Day To . . . all the things we’d rather not see or acknowledge create illusions or misperceptions that end up robbing us of our mojo. How to combat it? By sticking to the reality picture, what’s solid, practical, and steady–these things can be counted on, by willingly adjusting our own ideas to accommodate the needs and expectations of others (without, of course, abandoning our own priorities and values), and by not paying too much mind to what we see ourselves as able to do in the first place–that only makes us curtail our efforts prematurely–if we’re busy measuring our potential options, then we sure aren’t exercising them.
A Good Day To . . . is based on the aspects perfecting on each day, Pacific time.