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Personal Daily Horoscope of Thursday, 28 August 2014
for Kim Farnell [Adb], born 6 December 1960
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Handling the trivia
This is a good time for communicating with people, writing letters or planning a course of action in your career or your home and personal life. You are inclined to spend a lot of time thinking under this influence, and others may see you as being all thought and no action. However, this is the time for plans, not for action. Your mind should be very clear today, and you should be in touch with your feelings and emotions to an unusual extent, even about aspects of yourself that you normally keep hidden because you cannot express them clearly. Therefore, the plans you make today are more in keeping with your real inner desires than usual. In your job this is a good time to clear away paperwork and handle the more trivial aspects of your work, because you can pay very close attention to details.

The interpretation above is for your transit selected for today:
Mercury sextile MC, MercurySextileMed.Coeli, exact at 23:15 
activity period from 28 August 2014 until 29 August 2014
Every Thursday (until revoked) there is free access to all transits listed below.
Other transits occurring today

Moon square Jupiter, exact at 15:19 (L)
Important long-term influences     (overview)

"Weighty concerns" (Saturn sextile Ascendant) (L)
"A formidable opponent" (Saturn trine Mars) (L)
"Building bridges" (Chiron sextile Saturn) (L)
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