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‘Old Cedar Tree in Botanic Garden, Chelsea’ By Samuel Palmer 1854 {{PD}}

The 3rd is a Good Day To . . . act not with an eye on the future, but with concern only for the current wants, needs, and empowerment picture. Choose and move in a way that recognizes limits and yet maximizes impact and options, and you’re certain to gain. Don’t be overly concerned with sticking to your stricter guidelines–for once these won’t be helpful–or with worrying about tomorrow–it will take care of itself; instead, draw on real-world circumstances as they exist right now, and on past experience, and refuse to succumb to knee-jerk reactions and spontaneity, which immediately would translate as recklessness. Think before you leap.

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