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Aries (March 21-April 19): You’re likely rat­tled by a dif­fer­ence of opin­ion with a col­league or loved one to­day. You may re­al­ize now that you were too locked into your own as­sump­tions to no­tice ap­par­ent dis­crep­an­cies. Stephen Hawk­ing said, “In­tel­li­gence is the abil­ity to adapt to change.”

Tau­rus (April 20-May 20): You can es­cape the re­lent­less chat­ter by re­mov­ing your­self from the fray. Un­for­tu­nately, you’re hav­ing trou­ble dis­tin­guish­ing be­tween the su­per­fi­cial noise and the gen­uine ad­vice. You pre­fer to share the heavy lift­ing, and you need to know ev­ery­one is as com­mit­ted as you are.

Gemini (May 21-June 20): Oth­ers may be slow to ac­knowl­edge how se­ri­ous you are about fol­low­ing your dreams. It’s only nat­u­ral to har­bor doubts about your fu­ture from time to time. Af­ter all, ide­al­is­tic goals are only one part of suc­cess. The rest is hard work, of course.

Can­cer (June 21-July 22): Tread lightly when de­bat­ing a touchy sub­ject. Peo­ple are in­clined to voice their thoughts with more emo­tion than usual, mask­ing their true in­ten­tions. Tak­ing proac­tive mea­sures will feel more like you’re sharp­en­ing your mind. Anger builds walls, but love builds bridges. On June 16, 1903, Ford Mo­tor Co. was in­cor­po­rated.

In 1911, IBM had its be­gin­nings as the Com­put­ingTab­u­lat­ing-Record­ing Co. which was in­cor­po­rated in Leo (July 23-Aug. 22): Help­ful al­lies may try to tell you that you’re not ready to spread your wings to­day. No one can de­cide when you’re ready to fly ex­cept you. Of course, it’s al­ways good to care­fully lis­ten to ad­vice from close friends and fam­ily. Nev­er­the­less, you must trust your in­ner com­pass more.

Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): Be pre­pared to roll up your sleeves and get to work to­day. If you share your home, then some­one might need your help more than they can ad­mit. If you live alone, per­haps your par­ents or other fam­ily mem­bers re­quire your as­sis­tance now. Com­pas­sion is pas­sion with a heart.

Li­bra (Sept. 23-Oct.

22): Your snap­pish tongue only leaves oth­ers fig­u­ra­tively bleed­ing, but adopt­ing a gen­tler ap­proach gets you straight to the heart of an is­sue with­out any col­lat­eral dam­age. Rev­erend Jesse Jack­son said, “Never look down on any­body un­less you’re help­ing him up.”

Scor­pio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21): You’re in­spired to find prac­ti­cal use for the spir­i­tual in­sights. How­ever, don’t be dis­cour­aged if you’re un­suc­cess­ful at im­me­di­ately weav­ing the ideal­ism into your re­al­ity. Re­mem­ber, prop­erly ab­sorb­ing lessons you learn at an un­con­scious level takes time.

New York State.

In 1932, Pres­i­dent Her­bert Hoover and Vice Pres­i­dent Charles Curtis were renom­i­nated at the Re­pub­li­can Na­tional Con­ven­tion in Chicago.

In 1963, the world’s first fe­male space traveler, Valentina Tereshkova 26, was launched into or­bit by the Soviet Union aboard Vos­tok 6. Sagit­tar­ius (Nov. 22Dec. 21): You want to demon­strate the depth of your con­vic­tions in all that you do to­day. Clar­ify your dreams and me­thod­i­cally plan out your next steps. Be dis­creet with whom you share your vi­sions. Your en­thu­si­asm can be dowsed by peo­ple who do not un­der­stand your fore­sight.

Capri­corn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19): You might not fully ap­pre­ci­ate the wis­dom that an ac­quain­tance or neigh­bor of­fers you. How­ever, pride may also pre­vent you from hear­ing some­one out. Per­haps you’re more used to oth­ers lis­ten­ing to you than the re­verse. Rec­og­nize that in­sight can come from any­one, any­where.

Aquar­ius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): You can muster sup­port for an en­deavor if you ham­mer out the de­tails be­fore pre­sent­ing your vi­sion. Con­quer your fear that you can’t de­liver on your prom­ises. Au­thor Philip Yancey wrote, “Faith means trust­ing in ad­vance what will only make sense in re­verse.”

Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20): Align­ing your ideas with re­al­ity might be a chal­lenge. Maybe you are dream­ing of a new job with fas­ci­nat­ing peo­ple to col­lab­o­rate with and more pro­fes­sional perks. Don’t ac­cept no as a fi­nal an­swer. Be more cre­ative in how you press for vi­able so­lu­tions.

Pres­i­dent Jimmy Carter and Pana­ma­nian leader Omar Tor­ri­jos signed the in­stru­ments of rat­i­fi­ca­tion for the Panama Canal treaties dur­ing a cer­e­mony in Panama City.

In 1978,

In 2015, real es­tate mogul Don­ald Trump launched his suc­cess­ful cam­paign to be­come pres­i­dent of the United States with a speech at Trump Tower in Man­hat­tan.

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