“Those who demand consideration for their sacrifices were making investments, not sacrifices.” Don't be guilty of this sin, Capricorn.
“Never turn down an adventure without a really good reason,” says author Rebecca Solnit in her book The Far Away Nearby.
You can’t use the paddle inside the boat! It’s of no value to you unless you thrust it into the drink and move it around ...
Once every year, it is healthy and wise to make an ultimate confession—to express everything you regret and bemoan in one cathartic swoop.
There were no such things as chastity belts in the Middle Ages.
“We have to learn how to live with our frailties,” Stanley Kunitz said. “The best people I know are inadequate and unashamed.”
The ember is a symbol of coiled-up power, a promise of verve and radiance. Now please ruminate further, Leo.
Cancer, you are close to tapping into hidden powers, dormant talents, and future knowledge.
Cancer, your personal oracle for the coming weeks is a fable from 2600 years ago—written by the Greek storyteller Aesop.
Are these your real horoscopes, or are you being fooled?
When Orville and Wilbur Wright were kids, their father gave them a toy helicopter powered by a rubber band. It was 1878.
Aries artist Steven Spasuk works exclusively with an unusual medium: soot from candles and torches.
“Consider everything you have fed yourself over the years. Was it a banquet or a starvation diet?”
According to poet Tony Hoagland, most of us rarely “manage to finish a thought or a feeling; we usually get lazy or distracted and quit ...
“People don’t want their lives fixed ... Because what would they have left? Just the big scary unknown.”