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‘Amuada’ By Rodolfo Amoedo 1882 {{PD}}

The 2nd is a Good Day To . . . see the value in what’s been hidden, discarded, or that we or others are in denial about. It pays to look in dark corners, to question conventional wisdom or the practicality of what’s proposed, but it’s not the time to act; pushing forward right now, especially in expressions of power, will only disempower us–so keep that in mind, but don’t overthink it.

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