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‘Japanese Garden’ By Emil Orlík 1904 {{PD}}

The 5th is a Good Day To . . . do two things: attend to health issues, and communicate your original or revolutionary ideas for change. The group, in particular, will be receptive, and with a little effort both the health picture and the current power scenario will incline in the direction of the ideal. We may be tempted to abandon guidelines, values, and even to transgress close bonds in an attempt to get things moving, but that would be a foolish choice, wouldn’t it?

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