The 4th is a Good Day To . . . take extra care with our words, as there’s a danger of both misinterpretation and deception (deliberate or not), and what we don’t acknowledge or accept leaks out, exposing weaknesses, needs, and desires–many of which we’d rather keep to ourselves. This makes for reasoning that could resist what we otherwise know to be wise, and could result in an unhealthy focus on aesthetics, money, or impossibly perfect romance in relationships. It’s best to sit back, allow things to happen around us, take the initiative only in the most straightforward and innocuous of matters.
A Good Day To . . . is based on the aspects perfecting on each day, Pacific time.