Cancer forecast for Thursday November 14, 2019

Humans are adaptable creatures. It's amazing what we get used to. We might find the sight of a new building particularly ugly, but, as time goes by, it fades into the background so that we barely notice it. The same goes for sights of extraordinary beauty. If we become too used to them, we lose our appreciation. Too much exposure can be a bad thing; we risk forgetting the value and significance of things we should never become desensitised to. Today brings a reminder of what truly matters.

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November 13, 2019

This is the last sentence. Don't panic! I'm not suggesting that these are the last words you'll ever read, or the last I'll ever write. I'm just hoping to stimulate your imagination so that you can focus more clearly on your recent glimpse of the end of something. It's as if you've seen into the future and aren't sure that a process is going to work out in the way that you want it to. But, the truth, is that you've only seen part of the picture. Just as there will be more words, there will be more to discover.

November 12, 2019

A few years ago, the newest version of an extremely famous (and extortionately expensive) mobile phone, had a design fault which caused it to bend in its owner's pocket. Even though we all understand the concept of planned obsolescence, this was obviously rather pushing the limit! Of course, nothing lasts forever... but it would certainly be nice if some things lasted a little bit longer. The Full Moon indicates that if you let go of something that once seemed valuable you can make a significant gain.

November 11, 2019

Back in the olden days, whenever a teacher walked into a classroom, all the pupils had to stand up. It goes without saying that the same behaviour would not have been shown to a student who arrived late for class. It seems some people are in positions which demand respect, whilst others are more easily ignored. You've been feeling unappreciated for the effort you've been channeling into a project. The Transit of Mercury brings a change of perception. Enjoy the respect you deserve.

Celebrity Cancer

Benedict Cumberbatch 19 July 1976

November 10, 2019

Your Week Ahead - Love Focus: We know what's coming when we hear someone utter the dreaded words 'no offence, but...' It's going to be a criticism; just delivered in the clothing of polite observation. It was writer Diane Setterfield who described politeness as 'a poor man's virtue'; and since we often find ourselves thanking people who are rude to us, you see her point. Kindness is more important than manners. And those who claim they're being cruel to be kind are doing nothing of the sort. Now is the moment to let them go.

November 09, 2019

Your Week Ahead: These days, media attention on success, and how to achieve it, has had such an impact that people seem think the world owes them a living. It wasn't so long ago that kids grew up knowing they had to work and study hard in order to earn a good salary and gain the status that came with it. Yet, nature is abundant. Even if the world doesn't 'owe' us anything, it's delighted to supply us with what we need. In this week, full of exceptional cosmic events, if you ask in the right way, you'll be rewarded.

November 08, 2019

Just as things in your life could be worse, they could also be better. So, would it be fair to say that, although the fates aren't exactly conspiring against you, they're not particularly working in your favour? Hmmm... since that doesn't seem to offer much comfort, let's focus on the one issue that's losing you the most sleep. Is it as bad as it seems or is it the fear of what could go wrong that's most unsettling? The cosmic message is clear. This weekend will go much better than you think.

November 07, 2019

History tells us that the emperor Nero played the fiddle whilst the city of Rome burned. Soon afterwards, the Christians were blamed for causing the fire. This suited Nero, who disliked Christians. He was happy to see the destruction of his palace because it gave him licence to build himself a new and improved one. Who knows what really happened? Propaganda was rife in those days. Just because someone looks as if they're benefiting from a less-than-ideal situation doesn't mean they caused it.