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Horoscopes (Aug. 7-13)



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CAPRICORN: Dec. 21 – Jan. 20

You could be feeling exhausted from having to sustain a lot of pressure over a long period of time. I bet there are days when you just want to sit down and cry, or throw in the towel and give up. I say this without meaning to make matters worse, but just to acknowledge the fact that it's been pretty intense. Not knowing how to encourage you, the best I can do is remind you that wherever there is great darkness there is always an equal amount of light. Keep that in mind. The idea that our greatest growth takes place at times like this is one of the best kept secrets on the planet.

AQUARIUS: Jan. 21 – Feb. 20

What lies on the road ahead is already renting space in your head. Instead of getting all wound up, you'd do better to breathe deep, take it easy, and do whatever it takes to recharge your batteries before the seasons change. There might even be enough peace and quiet for you to reflect upon who, and where, you really want to be when you grow up. As much as you think you've got that piece all ironed out, if you could see your life from a bird's-eye view, there are some twists and turns around the corner and one or more of them could easily take you anywhere but here.


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