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The art of effective communication consists of knowing both what to say and what not to say.

Free Will Astrology

August 26th, 2015

The art of effective communication consists of knowing both what to say and what not to say.

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    Capricorns, quite a few of you are embroiled in the pattern of repeating the same thing over and over and expecting different results.

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    Silvio Berlusconi denigrated the cuisine of Finland, but in an international pizza contest, that country's chefs won with their marinated reindeer pizza.

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    If you live in Germany, you have access to the soft force of a eierschalensollbruchstellenverursacher.

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    Every time you resist acting on your anger and instead restore yourself to calm, it gets easier.

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    “Carpe diem” shouldn’t be translated as “Seize the day,” but rather, “Pluck the day.”

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    Aries, your brain would benefit from a thorough washing.

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    Congrats, Sagittarius: You win the award for Most Catalytic Fun-Seeker and Intriguing Game-Changer of the Zodiac.

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    Harland Sanders didn’t begin building his fried-chicken empire until the age of 65, Virgo, so know that it’s never too late to instigate the project ...

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    You will have a talent for finding amusement in an unusually wide variety of phenomena, Pisces. Succulent revelry awaits.

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    Now is a favorable time to wish upon a star, if you're Libra.

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    It’s not impossible to solve the mystery of who you are, Pisces, but it can be hard work that requires an excellent sense of humor.

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    Get ready, Aries ... you are about to grasp a truth that has eluded you for a long time.

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    Muse-choosing is a mysterious and sacred process, Sagittarius, and it may be time for you to choose a new one (or two).

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    Virgo, are you willing to entertain an outlandish possibility? You will soon be offered unexpected assistance ...

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    Many modern astronomers are allergic to astrology, but there is no inherent conflict between the two.

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    Libra, are you caught up in the metaphorical matrix?

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    “An escalator can never break,” mused comedian Mitch Hedberg. “It can only become stairs."

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    You're free at last, Virgo! And you're ready to rise to the next level, Leo.

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    “Everything we do in life is based on fear, especially love,” said Cancerian comedian Mel Brooks.

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