Tuesday, January 31, 2006

today's horoscope...


"Mr Moon, Mr Moon, You're out too soon, the Sun is in the sky. Cover up your head, go back to bed, let the rest of the day go by." My four-year-old daughter loves this song. She thinks the Moon is funny because it keeps changing shape and playing hide and seek. Today, a tiny "banana moon" will rise at breakfast and set at suppertime. You'll see it most easily just after dark. New Moons like this herald "new beginnings". If you want to start doing things differently from now on, today's an auspicious time to start.
What is going to happen next? You may well ask. Now, I know what you are thinking: it's my job to tell you. It is, but it is also my duty to remind you of an adage so old that it was originally written in Latin. 'Astra inclinant, non necessitant' - is what people used to say. Roughly translated, it means the heavens may cause your life to lean in a particular direction but they don't actually lean on you and force you to go all the way. Next will come whatever is most obvious, unless you act to change matters.


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