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So many people together looks unreal now, doesn’t it? ‘Music in the Tuileries’ By Édouard Manet 1862 {{PD}}

The 17th is a Good Day To . . . live our values, eschew a grasp for power, and thereby become stronger than ever! And all this comes about because we choose to do something we would normally consider unwise or impractical. Whodathunk, right? It’s likely to be an odd, one-off day, where walking away from what normally empowers us attracts power, where honoring both our own and others’ authority pays off, and where a willingness to deal directly with reality as it exists (that is, not imposing a filter to make it more palatable!) will create a path forward to a future we genuinely want. Disorienting, but ultimately highly beneficial, if we can roll with it.

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