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This year, you are driven to par­tic­i­pate in cer­tain events. Hold­ing your­self back won’t work. Strive to dis­cover the mo­tives be­hind your ac­tions. That knowl­edge will help you in many dif­fer­ent sit­u­a­tions. If you are sin­gle, be aware of a ten­dency to at­tract peo­ple who are emo­tion­ally un­avail­able. You could meet some­one quite spe­cial this com­ing year. If you are at­tached, you will ap­pre­ci­ate all the pri­vate one-on-one time you two will share. You de­velop a unique in­ti­macy that will make your bond even stronger. Leo pushes you to per­form at your high­est level.


Note all the en­ergy around you right now. You might be im­pressed by a close loved one and how he or she han­dles a prob­lem. Al­low more of your imag­i­na­tion to play into this day. A child or room­mate could be un­usu­ally dif­fi­cult. Tonight: Go with the flow, and try to have fun.


You un­der­stand what is hap­pen­ing be­tween you and a fam­ily mem­ber, but oth­ers might not. You could feel as if you have to try too hard to get where you want to go. A part­ner could be touch­ier than you re­al­ize. Learn to deal with this per­son’s per­son­al­ity. Tonight: Mosey on home.


You might feel as if you can’t make a key per­son un­der­stand what is hap­pen­ing. Pres­sure builds as a re­sult of hav­ing a dif­fer­ent agenda from those around you. A dis­cus­sion likely won’t change these dif­fer­ences; ac­cept this and move on. Tonight: Al­low some chem­istry into your life.


A risk might seem worth try­ing, but seek out feed­back first. A need to un­der­stand what is ex­pected might help you gain some per­spec­tive. A fam­ily mem­ber or loved one could be un­usu­ally touchy. Tonight: At home.

LEO (JULY 23-AUG. 22)

You could be en­thu­si­as­tic about what you want. Oth­ers will re­spond in kind. You’ll want to come to terms with a change­able sit­u­a­tion that is caus­ing some ten­sion. Some peo­ple won’t be able to tell how up­set you are by a change of plans. Tonight: Put on your danc­ing shoes.

VIRGO (AUG. 23-SEPT. 22)

You might ben­e­fit from ly­ing low in­stead of get­ting in­volved with a dif­fi­cult is­sue. In fact, the less said, the better. Curb a ten­dency to act out by overindulging. You’ll feel much better if you use self-dis­ci­pline. Tonight: Van­ish into the night while you can.

LI­BRA (SEPT. 23-OCT. 22)

You might be forced to take on a chal­lenge that you typ­i­cally would walk away from. The em­pha­sis is on your long-term de­sires. You could be over­whelmed by ev­ery­thing that is go­ing on. You’ll lead a meet­ing with ease, as your sup­port­ers will be present. Tonight: Out late.

SCOR­PIO (OCT. 23-NOV. 21)

You could be in a po­si­tion where you must take charge. When you do, suc­cess will greet you. Ob­serve a ten­dency to swal­low your anger. You will feel much better if you ad­mit what ails you to the per­son who is caus­ing your dis­tress. Tonight: Count on be­ing up till the wee hours.


When you detach from a po­ten­tially volatile sit­u­a­tion, you dis­cover that you gain a better sense of di­rec­tion. You tend to be drawn to uproar and chaos. Read be­tween the lines when deal­ing with a matter where you need to be on top of your game. Tonight: Join a friend.


One-on-one re­lat­ing takes you down a new path. Your in­ter­ac­tion with a friend could be so in­tense that you seem to get locked into his or her way of think­ing. Don’t try to con­vince oth­ers that you have the right idea or so­lu­tion. Lis­ten to what ev­ery­one has to say. Tonight: Be with a part­ner.


Know that you might not be able to con­vince a loved one of your good in­ten­tions. Try to look at what this per­son is do­ing, and then de­cide how to re­spond to his or her be­hav­iour. You’ll want to speak to some­one who has some ex­per­tise. Tonight: Be near your favourite peo­ple.


Clearly, you have a choice to make, and you will make it. Your in­volve­ment with a project could be coloured by a strong at­trac­tion to one of the in­di­vid­u­als with whom you are work­ing. Try not to get your pro­fes­sional life mixed up with your pri­vate life. Tonight: Cel­e­brate the week­end!

BORN TO­DAY: The­olo­gian Martin Luther (1483), co­me­dian Tracy Martin (1968), ac­tor Roy Schei­der (1932)

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