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Today April 21, 2014  

Daily Overview

Try to show yourself both firm and understanding toward your children, who will be inclined to indiscipline and even often to contrariness. Do not rebel against the course of events, but try to let yourself be transported by the wave. Entangled sentimental relationships will displease you. Important financial transactions will be favored. Tackle activities of a voluntary character in order to have a sufficiently objective view of your own personal problems.

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