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CRAWFISH OF LOVE REVISITED Wednesday, June 11
Check out Crawfish of Love if you enjoy an equally odd mix of beatnik jazz and evil surf music
PISCES: June 4-11 Wednesday, June 4
Buddhist meditation teacher Chogyam Trungpa said one of the best ways to become fearless is to cultivate tenderness. As you expand your heart’s capacity to feel compassionate affection for the …
CAPRICORN: June 4-11 Wednesday, June 4
If you’re in even moderate alignment with cosmic rhythms in the next 12 months, you’ll be a connoisseur and master of recycling, metaphorically speaking. I hope is you’ll reanimate worn-out …
SAGITTARIUS: June 4-11 Wednesday, June 4
Breakthroughs in the months ahead: What’s good about you won’t interfere with what’s potentially great about you; cooperate and boost it. Your past accomplishments won’t hold back your …
SCORPIO: June 4-11 Wednesday, June 4
U2’s Bono called Leonard Cohen’s song “Hallelujah” “the most perfect song in the world.” It’s mournful and triumphant, despairing and uplifting. It’s a riddle that improbably offers …
LIBRA: June 4-11 Wednesday, June 4
My favorite bridge in the world is the Golden Gate Bridge. I’ve driven on it hundreds of times over San Francisco Bay, and it’s never let me down. I’ve always gone from one side to the other …
VIRGO: June 4-11 Wednesday, June 4
Give special attention to what lasts the longest. Devote less energy to transitory pleasures and short-term hopes. Turn away from small obsessions that demand far too much energy. Withdraw from …
LEO: June 4-11 Wednesday, June 4
Declare victory, even if victory isn’t quite won. Even if your success is imperfect and still a bit messy around the edges. Raise your arms in elated triumph and shout, “I am the purified …
CANCER: June 4-11 Wednesday, June 4
A Haitian proverb goes, “Little horses cannot carry great riders.” Meditate on its meaning for your life. Four possible interpretations: 1. Are you a “little horse” trying to carry a “great …
GEMINI: June 4-11 Wednesday, June 4
In Marcel Proust’s novel Swann’s Way, the narrator tells how profoundly he’s inspired by an older writer, Bergotte: “Each time he talked about something whose beauty had until then been …
 
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