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LIBRA: May 28-June 3 Wednesday, May 28
For German physicist Arnold Sommerfeld, the good news was that he was nominated for a Nobel Prize 81 times. The bad news? He never won. Actor Richard Burton had a similar fate. He was nominated for …
SAGITTARIUS: April 30-May 6 Tuesday, April 29
Actor Matthew McConaughey prides himself on his willingness to learn from mistakes and failures. A few years ago, he collected and read all the negative reviews critics had written about his film …
SCORPIO: May 28-June 3 Wednesday, May 28
“I should have kissed you longer.” Don’t replay that thought over and over in your mind three weeks from now. Don’t obsess on similar mantras, like “I should’ve treated you better” or …
CAPRICORN: April 30-May 6 Tuesday, April 29
Dear Oracle: I may be hallucinating, but I swear my pet iguana gets turned on when I disrobe in front of it. My naked body seems to incite it to strut around, make guttural hissing sounds and act …
SAGITTARIUS: May 28-June 3 Wednesday, May 28
“Longing, what is that? Desire, what is that?” asks Louise Gluck in her poem “Prism.” Does she really not know? Has she somehow become innocent again, free from memories of what longing and …
AQUARIUS: April 30-May 6 Tuesday, April 29
“Eat like you love yourself,” advises author Tara Stiles. “Move like you love yourself. Speak like you love yourself. Act like you love yourself.” Those four things should be top priorities. …
CAPRICORN: May 28-June 3 Wednesday, May 28
You’d really benefit from engaging with a compassionate critic someone who’d gently and lovingly invite you to curb your excesses, heal your ignorance and correct mistakes. Would you search for a …
PISCES: April 30-May 6 Tuesday, April 29
If blindfolded, most people can’t tell the difference between Pepsi and Coca-Cola. I bet you can, this week. Odds are, you can distinguish between genuine promises and fake ones. You always know …
AQUARIUS: May 28-June 3 Wednesday, May 28
Now’s a great time to dream up five new ways to have fun. There’s nothing wrong with your current methods. It’s just that in the next few weeks, life conspires to help you drop some …
LEO: July 2-8 Tuesday, July 1
According to an ancient Greek myth, Sisyphus keeps pushing a boulder up a steep hill only to lose control of it just before he reaches the top, watching in dismay as it tumbles to the bottom. After each failure, he lumbers back down where he started and starts rolling it up again – and fails again.
 
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