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Don’t let someone else prompt a bad decision. ‘The Flirtation’ By Leo Gestel c1910 {{PD}}

The 31st is a Good Day To . . . realize that while relationships or issues around finances claim our conscious attention, what’s really going on is that everyone, especially those who hold at least some power over others, are ‘feeling’ around to see how much more power they can finagle, or they’re trying to figure out how to wiggle out from under someone else’s thumb, or relationships or money-needs are somehow pushing or prompting us to do what’s not very smart! Our folly may come in the form of peer pressure, but it’s rooted in not liking something about ourselves–otherwise we’d never go along with it. Here’s a virtual hug, now don’t let them get to you.

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