LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22): “Pole of inaccessibility” is a term explorers use to identify places on the Earth that are hard — and interesting! — to get to. On each continent, it’s usually the spot farthest from the coastline. For instance, there’s a pole of inaccessibility near Antarctica's frozen center. Its elevation is more than 12,000 feet; it has Earth’s coldest average temperatures. As for an oceanic pole of inaccessibility, it’s in the part of the South Pacific farthest from land. You'd benefit by identifying your own version of this point, literal or metaphorical. It’s time to change that relationship.