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‘Fighting Forms’ By Franz Marc 1914 {{PD}}

The 24th is a Good Day To . . . remain aware of the dazzling and very sudden power moves we may both observe and actually encounter and so have to deal with directly. We’re primed to flex our own muscles, to make our own choices, to name our own fate, but there are a few things we’ll need to take into account in an atmosphere where everyone feels that way: 1) we’ll just naturally put all our personal authority behind having our way and expressing our Will, but we shouldn’t underestimate the potential impact of the accident, the unusual, or the serendipitous. 2) thinking itself runs along healthy lines, and that predisposes us to use good judgement. 3) we can gain if we can go with the flow, rather than being distracted by some very prominent attempts to convince us ‘it’ can’t be done, or that there aren’t any opportunities for us there. 4) flexibility in thought is a good thing, while pessimism, gullibility, and anger-as-fuel are not.

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