Chinese Ox

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Today April 19, 2014  

Daily Overview

Fill your mind and your heart with the thoughts and dreams that you haven't had time to explore until now, but beware not to sink into morbid introspection. A financial problem may bother you somewhat. Refrain from building up idealized plans; keep your feet on the ground and overestimate neither your strength nor that of others. Friendship will prove vital in the achievement of your projects. Emotional questions will take on such importance that they may interfere with your work.

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