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After making our case, what we might really need is a quiet place to retreat. ‘The Inglenook in My Studio’ By Mary Hiester Reid c1910

The 26th is a Good Day To . . . be prepared for conflict with your complementary number. That could be anyone, relative to who you are; we see it most clearly in anima/ animus, female/ male contrasts, but really, it can take the shape of any yin to our yang, or vice versa. This could also be seen in the ideal vs. the practical, the factual vs. potentials, or the receptive vs. the assertive–but in any case, be ready to defend your stance, not angrily, but robustly, armed with good reasons why your viewpoint should prevail. And then, let the most worthy position win.

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