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LIBRA: Sept. 21 – Oct. 20
It's time to simplify things and prioritize. Major events and all kinds of happy stuff are showing up right alongside the need to make room for major decisions. As you get into a celebratory groove, half of you has to keep your mind on things of a more serious nature. If anyone can put on a happy face even when life is full of demands, it's you. Part of this schizophrenic situation involves getting others to change their tune and see things your way. Between now and the end of October you will need to put the iron hand in the velvet glove and perform a miracle or two.
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