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‘Jockeys on Horseback Before Distant Hills’ By Edgar Degas 1884 {{PD}}

The 26th is a Good Day To . . . act, choose, or assert yourself according to what you know is wise, smart, or practical, and you can’t go wrong. Well, actually, you could go wrong, if your thinking on the future is cattywampus, or if you don’t trust the most spontaneous and unique parts of yourself. But otherwise, you’re off to the races.

And one other thing: accidents, both lucky and tragic, occur when we stray too far from our authentic Self and our most genuine forms of expression. Just be aware.

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

See Sunday’s New Moon here–