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‘The Tow Path’ By William L. Lathrop {{PD}}

The 30th is a Good Day To . . . be very clear on what you care about, value, treasure, before you make changes, because alterations made now will most likely stick, and be difficult if not impossible to undo. We may exaggerate the importance of our own beliefs or duties, when seeing ourselves as part of the whole is much more beneficial (as well as more accurate). Action, though, comes naturally, in spite of the way what we choose to do may challenge our beliefs or our standing within the social order, so be extra-vigilant as to what you’re building for yourself and others within the Collective. Health improves or attending to it is done and so benefits the individual, OR we indulge, especially in those things we see as ‘treats’ (I’m talking dietary and behavioral indulgences), and suffer the consequences.

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