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‘Street in Oban, Night’ By James Guthrie c1893 {{PD}}

The 23rd is a Good Day To . . . take a pause, and believe concrete circumstances as they exist, rather than allowing our fears to embroider reality. The danger is we misread fears as instinct and feel compelled to respond to them. The good news is we have a deft touch in the material world, optimism and knowledge that attract reward, wise and clever ways of processing info, and a relationship with Nature that enhances our own authority, autonomy, and power position. Don’t push too hard; it’s the darkest portion of the Dark of the Moon, and so more conducive to introspection and contemplation than to big, showy moves or declarations, as they just won’t ‘stick’.

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