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By Sandro Botticelli 1481 {{PD}}

The 25th is a Good Day To . . . make commitments, vows, agreements, pacts, but only if your mind isn’t clouded by ambition or desire. Too, we are naturally attuned to our highest values and ideals, at this point, and so may assume the other party is interpreting things in a similar light–but it’s possible they’re not, and we’re reading too much that promises integrity into the situation. Avoiding missteps requires sticking to our standards while remaining clear-eyed about the motives and wants of others. Knowing we could succumb to sleight-of-hand may be enough to keep us awake and aware.

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