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‘Waiting’ By Edgar Degas 1882 {{PD}}

The 13th Is A Good Day To . . . recognize that much as we might like to exercise our prerogatives and make our wishes felt over our own territory, it’s just not to be. We don’t see the situation clearly, so that what seems like reasonable effort or measures to take to us is, somehow, way off base–and if we do insist on going forward, we likely find the results are not at all what we intended them to be. Glitches and hold-ups signal the need to step back from pursuit of the current goal, no matter how inconsequential that goal seems; judgment is off, and inspecting too-closely relationships or finances simply amplifies hurt, feelings of inadequacy, and/ or resentments, putting us on a destructive path. Take refuge in the creative or the spiritual, and wait for more supportive influences to make your Will felt.

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