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Aries March 20 April 19

Leav­ing mat­ters that should be yours to deal with up to oth­ers runs counter to your na­ture. Yet in cer­tain sit­u­a­tions you’ve no choice. While you could ar­gue to at least share re­spon­si­bil­ity for thes, the fact is oth­ers are bet­ter equipped than you to tackle these. Let them. You’ll be glad you did.

Tau­rus April 20 May 20

Un­der­stand­ably you’re in no mood to agree with wor­ry­ing plans just to keep one par­tic­u­lar in­di­vid­ual happy. How­ever deep down you sense they may have a point. The real prob­lem is that you’re be­ing stub­born about this, but don’t want to ad­mit it. Ask your­self if this will mat­ter in a month’s time.

Gem­ini May 21 June 20

While the pe­riod prior to the Full Moon is known for its height­ened emo­tions at the mo­ment you’re ex­pe­ri­enc­ing the rest­less­ness that fre­quently oc­curs be­fore the com­ing New Moon. This need to al­ter habits or make changes isn’t just wise it’s timely. Be­gin the process now. You’ll soon be glad you did.

Can­cer June 21 July 21

From time to time events re­mind you that one or two in­di­vid­u­als sim­ply refuse to take re­spon­si­bil­ity for their mis­takes. They’ll blame oth­ers or even an un­fair des­tiny. While you once tried to point out what ac­tu­ally was their re­spon­si­bil­ity it’s hasn’t worked. They won’t un­der­stand be­cause they don’t want to.

Leo July 22 Au­gust 22

When things are mov­ing swiftly as is the case now there’s lit­tle time to ask ques­tions still less com­pare notes with oth­ers. Ac­tu­ally this is best, be­cause you’ll over­ride your logic which is based on the past. In­stead you’ll have the vi­sion to make pow­er­ful de­ci­sions shaped by what your in­stincts tell you.

Virgo Au­gust 23 Septem­ber 22

At the mo­ment the is­sue isn’t the in­ten­tion of oth­ers. It’s clear they in­tended to tackle cer­tain is­sues that are their prob­lem but which in­flu­ence you. Yet they haven’t. That’s be­cause their tim­ing dif­fers from yours. While you’d al­ready have done this they haven’t and may not for weeks.

Li­bra Septem­ber 23 Oc­to­ber 22

Be­cause you’re cau­tious when mak­ing prom­ises it’s rare that there’s any need to jus­tify events or changes that would dis­ap­point oth­ers. Still, be care­ful be­cause there are sev­eral un­ex­pected twists yet to come. No mat­ter how much you dis­cuss these, what arises could prove to be a sur­prise to every­body.

Scor­pio Oc­to­ber 23 Novem­ber 21

No­body would blame you for be­ing anx­ious about the way cer­tain ex­cit­ing but un­set­tling ideas will be re­ceived by oth­ers. It’s not that these give any rea­son for con­cern, but rather they won’t be easy to ex­plain and you’re wor­ried oth­ers won’t have been pa­tient enough to lis­ten and learn.

Sagit­tar­ius Novem­ber 22 De­cem­ber 20

Facts may be ex­actly that, but you long ago learnt that dur­ing pe­ri­ods of dra­matic change such as this is even seem­ingly solid facts can be al­tered by shift­ing cir­cum­stances, some­times overnight. While you sense these are com­ing oth­ers don’t. Know­ing that put off dis­cussing these un­til those changes have be­gun.

Capri­corn De­cem­ber 21 Jan­uary 19

Few things are more chal­leng­ing than deal­ing with those who don’t care how their plans or projects turned out. How­ever things are chang­ing. In the past you felt this meant the full re­spon­si­bil­ity was on your shoul­ders. Only now are you recog­nis­ing that you too could sim­ply stop wor­ry­ing about the out­come.

Aquar­ius Jan­uary 20 Fe­bru­ary 17

An ad­mirable virtue, one you rarely even think of, is your loy­alty. This ap­plies to fam­ily and loved ones, but as much to friends and for some val­ued col­leagues. This also means you’ll put up with a lot. Still in one or two cases the time has come to say enough is enough.

Pisces Fe­bru­ary 18 March 19

Things are mov­ing swiftly and many de­ci­sions are far-reach­ing so much so you’re anx­ious about get­ting it right. While that’s im­por­tant this is one of those odd pe­ri­ods dur­ing which the mis­takes you make could be far more in­for­ma­tive than what goes smoothly or works with­out a prob­lem or a gl­itch.

 ??  ?? World-renowned as­trologer Shel­ley von Strunckel writes a daily col­umn ex­clu­sively for tabloid!
World-renowned as­trologer Shel­ley von Strunckel writes a daily col­umn ex­clu­sively for tabloid!
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