Sunday World - - Opinion -


Love may be in the air this week. Re­la­tion­ship mat­ters have moved up your agenda. Up your game in courtship skills.


When the new moon ap­pears as a beau­ti­ful cres­cent shape in the sky, ro­man­tic con­nec­tion made over the week­end will gain mo­men­tum as the week goes.


Too much time spent at work could cause some rather in­tense re­sent­ment on the home front. Take time out from ca­reer con­cerns to cook a spe­cial meal for your sig­nif­i­cant other or take her out if you can’t cook.


You could find your­self tak­ing on a new role this week, and mak­ing the big de­ci­sions. It’s good for you to make a shift and to adopt a dif­fer­ent en­ergy.


There s a great deal of ag­gres­sion on the hori­zon in your per­sonal life this week. Peo­ple are ar­gu­ing and tear­ing each other apart on all sides. You pre­fer to keep a low pro­file and keep out of the way.


You are likely to be ex­tremely busy or pre­oc­cu­pied this week. Your en­thu­si­asm may be buoyed by news that there will be a de­lay in the ac­com­plish­ment of your goals.


Ig­nore gos­sip this week. Gos­sip is for losers. Your lover may be up­set over the ru­mors, but to­gether you’ll find the truth.


Some­one you’ve loved from afar for a long time could sud­denly show a ro­man­tic in­ter­est in you. Love siz­zles this week for you with new fire.


Things won’t work out un­less you give your part­ner room to breathe. At work you feel less con­straints than usual and have a real sense of be­ing the mas­ter of your own destiny.


Re­la­tion­ship is­sues take on a more se­ri­ous tone this week, giv­ing you in­sights about fu­ture plans for your cur­rent in­volve­ment. Loy­alty pays off in the long run.


Hav­ing gone through a pe­riod of un­cer­tainty in terms of love, you now want a se­cure, sta­ble re­la­tion­ship you are ready to com­mit to a last­ing love.


There could be good news con­cern­ing work, which con­trib­utes to hap­pi­ness in love re­la­tion­ships. Take you part­ner to a good restau­rant and let your eyes do the talk­ing.

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