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‘The Salmon Leap By Francis Wheatley 1783 {{PD}}

The 7th Is A Good Day To . . . see that rewards, love, and good outcomes may come by directly addressing difficult circumstances. It may be that we stumble into the fortuitous situation, but it’s up to us to handle the problem and then reap the benefit. Opportunity comes by doing the unusual, by straying from our usual wisdom or by being impractical, and we can gain love or money by refusing to follow the herd or by using the facts, rather than force, to win the day. It may read as backward, but we need to shake ourselves up, a little, and this is the way to do it.

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