Taurus (April 20?May 20) ? Although it may have initially seemed otherwise, luck has been on your side lately. Take time to appreciate all the good fortune that is coming your way.

Gemini (May 21?June 21) ? You are a gentle soul, and all of the recent drama in your life is wearing on your nerves. Take some time by yourself to recuperate. Your psyche will thank you.

Cancer (June 22?July 22) ? Someone has been treating you very well lately, but you haven?t been returning the favor. Remember, don?t bite the hand that feeds you.

Leo (July 23?Aug. 22) ? Your astrological sign is the lion, and when you?re backed in a corner you don?t hesitate to roar. Soon you will be put in a situation that may make you uncomfortable, so make sure you stick up for yourself.

Virgo (Aug. 23?Sept. 22) ? Lately your room has started to look like a nuclear dumping ground. Cleaning up your room will also unclutter your mind ? your roommate would really appreciate it.

Libra (Sept. 23?Oct . 22) ? You?ve been working hard for a long time, but your efforts will soon pay off. The rewards will be worth the wait.

Scorpio (Oct. 23?Nov. 21) ? The end of the semester is approaching, and you are beginning to feel a little uncertain about your future. Be proactive, and start making strides towards getting what you want.

Sagittarius (Nov. 22?Dec 21) ? It seems as though everything is coming together perfectly for you. Love, money, family, friends ? everything is in order for the spring. Life is good.

Capricorn (Dec. 22?Jan. 19) ? Yes, you?re fine, but not everybody needs to hear you remind them of that. Modesty is a virtue, and perhaps you should exercise it more often.

Aquarius (Jan. 20?Feb. 18) ? This is the dawning of the age of Aquarius ? lately you?ve been unstoppable. You?re accomplishing a lot, but be sure not to get burned out.

Pisces (Feb. 19?March 20) ? Congratulations. You?ve done a lot of growing up recently, and are prepared to move on to bigger and better things.

Aries (March 21?April 19) ? Don?t let others? negative attitudes get you down. If you are in a situation that makes you unhappy, remove yourself from it. You don?t have to be a slave to others? emotions.

(If you actually believe this ? well, then there?s nothing I can say. You?re just really gullible. This is not to be taken seriously.)



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