Thought comes before action, every action. Even in the case where you didn't know what the thought was, you can bet that it traveled through the neurons and with intent. Under the impulsive Aries moon, chances are you may not figure it out right away. But don't forget about it, either. Ask for wisdom and greater awareness will be granted.

ARIES (March 21-April 19). Happiness is operating with the full use of your powers. Of course, you don't really know what that means until you are issued the challenge of taking on more than you think you are capable of.

TAURUS (April 20-May 20). It all comes back to the question of what is within your power and what isn't. It's important that you do not count what was in your power yesterday. Focus on today. What could you change today if you felt so inclined?

GEMINI (May 21-June 21). When your body needs a workout, you move yourself around the block. When your brain needs a workout, you read. Today it's your heart that needs the exercise. You'll strengthen it by loving under difficult circumstances.

CANCER (June 22-July 22). There's a reason why you are attracted to things that, when taken in certain quantities, are dangerous. The thing you say will be your ruin will actually be your salvation, too. Everything in moderation!

LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). The instinct to duck and hide is a healthy one to some extent; however, it simply won't be enough to save you from the responsibilities of tomorrow. Your best bet is to face the music, or possibly to renegotiate.

VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). Some people think they have a right to judge the things you do. Those people are deluded. The only way they have power over you is if you give it to them. Don't give it to them.

LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). The directive is to "work like a dog," even though a lot of the "dogs" you know sleep about 80 percent of the day and all of the night. Hopefully the confusing message will be invitation enough to entice you to get more sleep.

SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). Whatever you can do to avoid worry, stress and tension today will be something positive for your health, even if that activity wouldn't classically be, say, recommended by a doctor.

SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). You'll get back much more than you give. This isn't what you were going for, and in fact it may not please you much, even as it causes you to give more and more.

CAPRICORN (Dec.

22-Jan. 19). Take the pressure off. Lower the stakes. Change the way you're thinking about the challenge. It is when you're not overly concerned with failing or succeeding that you will do your very best.

AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). You may think that people aren't being helpful to you, but that's where you're wrong. They are actually much more helpful in their un-helpfulness than they ever could be by giving you the assistance you asked for.

PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). The teacher will show you an example and then step back in full belief that you will rise to the occasion. You will; you know. Maybe not the first time, or the second, but eventually.

TODAY'S BIRTHDAY (Feb. 12). The pain of the past has been a gift. The healing, growth and astounding insight you've gained is a direct consequence of this. All the same, you'll be glad to be on the other side of it, something you can safely celebrate these days. March brings a financial bonus and June shows you on an unbelievable adventure. Scorpio and Pisces adore you. Your lucky numbers are: 5, 30, 44, 22 and 11.

WEEKEND LOVE FORECAST: ARIES: Sometimes love takes the form of connection, and other times it takes the form of avoidance, if only because that connection is so charged, it's difficult to maintain for too long. TAURUS: Don't even worry about giving too much. The more support and encouragement you give, the better off you'll be. GEMINI: Those who didn't have good examples of love around them will have trouble knowing what to do next. Your compassion will be needed. CANCER: You're better off holding back on some of the secrets. You'll regret letting loose too much information. LEO: You know when it's a lie. Don't probe. Just take note. VIRGO: Passion is an appetite. So is physical hunger. These two can be interchangeable this weekend. LIBRA: You will tend to buzz around a certain person and the fact that you are (perhaps unconsciously) making this person your radius point should tell you a lot. SCORPIO: When you lose, mourn; then move on to the next opportunity to win. SAGITTARIUS: You don't have all the answers in love, but you have more than enough of them. CAPRICORN: Rational argument isn't necessary. Your smile is persuasion enough. AQUARIUS: Be ready for confrontation, but don't invite it. PISCES: Your eyes are sanctuary for a weary heart.

COUPLE OF THE WEEKEND: Aries and Aquarius may clash at first, but this only makes it more exciting when they finally do arrive on the same page of their love story. Halfway through the plot these two will find out that they complement and balance one another even though they may not, on the surface, have a great deal in common. Aquarius is better for Aries fire, and Aries is better for the intellectual energy that Aquarius brings.

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