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Horoscopes (Jan. 16-22)



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VIRGO: August 21 – Sept. 20

After a long period of waiting and a little too much of the same old thing, life is about to pick up again. For a while there you thought you were doomed to your own private version of Groundhog Day. I don't know what form it's taking, but all of a sudden there's a new reason for living and a strong sense of self-worth to back it up. Nothing is 100 percent sure, but even though this new deal is not sealed, you're in a good position to start getting ready. It's time to marshal your resources and lay the groundwork because your inner voice is saying, "If you build it, they will come."

LIBRA: Sept. 21 – Oct. 20

One step forward, two steps back seems to be ringing true for many of you. At the moment you are optimistic enough to feel like you're about to find your way out of this mess. Life goes up and down. Soon enough you will be back where you started. It is in those moments when we are having a harder time of it that all of our growth takes place. As you feel the wind that is filling your sails right now, keep it in mind when you are in "two steps back" mode. Slowly but surely whatever the problem is will soon be resolved, and the lesson you get will be worth its weight in gold.


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