HOROSCOPE

San Francisco Chronicle - - COMICS & PUZZLES - By Christo­pher Ren­strom

ARIES

(March 20-April 18): Think twice about run­ning to a friend’s res­cue. It’s true that this per­son got a raw deal re­gard­ing a cer­tain as­so­ci­a­tion or re­la­tion­ship, but s/he may have had it com­ing.

TAURUS

(April 19-May 19): This would be a good time to re­pay fa­vors, honor pledges, and even make a lunch date to touch base. It’s worth in­vest­ing the time and en­ergy.

GEMINI

(May 20-June 19): It’s im­por­tant that you take what­ever time you need to make a once-in-a-life­time de­ci­sion. Once made it can never be un­made.

CAN­CER

(June 20-July 21): How tough do things need to get be­fore you fi­nally act on your own be­half? Tougher yet con­sid­er­ing all the ex­cuses you’re still making.

LEO

(July 22-Aug. 21): Care­ful be­cause you are on the verge of bet­ting it all on some­one who might not be worth it. Look be­fore you leap or you’ll wind up in the briar patch.

VIRGO

(Aug. 22-Sept. 21): De­cide for your­self if you are pre­pared to go the dis­tance. Once passed this mark there will be no turn­ing back.

LIBRA

(Sept. 22-Oct. 21): There’s no need to rake over the coals. Wish each other well and move on. You’ll both be hap­pier else­where.

SCORPIO

(Oct. 22-Nov. 20): Help­ing peo­ple to help them­selves gives one a sense of greater pur­pose. Your un­ex­pected foray into phi­lan­thropy be­gins today.

SAGITTARIUS

(Nov. 21-Dec. 20): Stop blam­ing your­self for the free­wheel­ing you did years ago, the op­por­tu­ni­ties you wasted, and the tal­ents that lay un­used on the shelf. Make the most of what life has to of­fer now.

CAPRICORN

(Dec. 21-Jan. 18): Tak­ing things on faith isn’t an op­tion any more than jaded cyn­i­cism or in­dif­fer­ent skep­ti­cism is. Be­lief has never been harder – or more re­ward­ing.

AQUARIUS

(Jan. 19-Feb. 17): Don’t think twice about eject­ing a cer­tain some­one from your en­tourage. Some friends would say that it’s long over­due.

PISCES

(Feb. 18-March 19): If ev­ery­thing you do is wrong then why was he drawn to you in the first place? It’s a ques­tion worth ask­ing today.

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