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Personal Daily Horoscope of Sunday, 13 July 2014
for Livingston Taylor [Adb], born 21 November 1950
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Tempo increase
Weak, transient effect: Today during the day this influence is likely to increase the tempo of your social intercourse for a few hours. You find it relatively easy to verbalize your feelings. If you have a problem or situation that you cannot handle, this is a good time to take it to a sympathetic friend. Getting another viewpoint will help you. And, of course, you may do the same for someone else. Often this time is filled with news from friends or with letters and phone calls. Actually you are attracting communication from every conceivable corner of your life. This is a good time to write letters to the people you feel strongly about. But some people under this influence become so passive that it is difficult to take such an initiative. Their tendency is to allow others to take the initiative.

The interpretation above is for your transit selected for today:
Moon sextile Mercury, MoonSextileMercury, exact at 15:05 
active only on 13 July 2014
Other transits occurring today, only for subscribers 

Mercury square Saturn, exact at 02:58 (L)
Moon sextile MC, exact at 17:24 (L)
Moon sextile Venus, exact at 00:18 (L)
Important long-term influences, only for subscribers 

"Struggle or triumph" (Pluto conjunction Mars) (L)
"Delays" (Mercury square Saturn) (L)
"A sense of humor" (Jupiter trine Sun) (L)
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