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CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19): Please don't wear a t-shirt that
says what I saw on the canary yellow t-shirt of the Japanese tourist at JFK
airport: "Sorry, I'm a loser." I also beg you not to read Ethan
How to Seem Like a Better Person Without Actually Improving
It's very important, in my
astrological opinion, that you not demean or underestimate yourself in the
coming days. In fact, I'll go so far as to say that you have a sacred duty to
exalt your beauty and exult in your talents. Now go read Walt Whitman's
and periodically murmur the
first line all week long: "I celebrate myself, and sing myself."
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): While loitering on a sidewalk outside a nightclub in San Francisco on a September night back in 1994, I found the cover of a booklet lying in the gutter. Written by Marilena Silbey and Paul Ramana Das, it was called "How To Survive Passionate Intimacy with a Dreamy Partner While Making a Fortune on the Path to Enlightenment." Unfortunately, the rest of the text was missing. Over the years, I've tried to hunt down a copy of the whole thing, hungry for its wisdom, but have never had any success. I'm hoping that maybe you will consider writing your own version of the subject in the coming year, Aquarius. With the luck I expect you to have, you might actually be up to the task.
PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20): Now and then you may be able to whip
up a wonderful breakthrough in the blink of an eye. But more often it's the
case that beauty and truth and love and justice emerge in their full glory only
over the course of a painstaking, step-by-step, trial-and-error process.
"All that I made before the age of 65 is not worth counting," wrote
renowned Japanese painter Hokusai. "At 73 I began to understand the true
construction of animals, plants, trees, birds, fishes, and insects. At 90 I
will enter into the secret of things. At 110 everything -- every dot, every
dash -- will live." At this juncture in your personal evolution, Pisces,
it's a perfect time to re-commit yourself to your life-long work.