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Sympetrum fonscolombii (Red-veined darter), female. Forest of Sète, Hérault, France Photo By Christian Ferrer, CC BY 4.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=50671359

The 31st is a Good Day To . . . proceed with care. Our New Year’s Eve temptation will be to indulge in something unhealthy that is specific to our past. This develops only because our instincts are off, corrupted by all those things we’ve been ignoring or in denial of. They’re like whispers urging us to backslide, give up, not love ourselves. We do best to listen for and be open to the genuine Love around us, and to offer this to others in our communications; the challenge is that what’s authentic may not look as we expect it to, and what we usually see as loving may take on a very different hue today. We have to be open to seeing interactions and expressions for what they are, and to seeing what they actually mean. We benefit by thinking–a simple formula, but one we may consider dodging for any number of reasons! Just don’t. Have a very happy and safe start to the New Year!

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