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Horoscopes for Dec. 24, 2013

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Mercury will slip into Capricorn under the watchful eye of the Virgo moon. Under these stars, perfection is not impossible – it happens – but it’s fleeting and not worth chasing down once the moment is gone. Go for “beautiful” instead. “Beautiful” has flaws, even glaring ones, all to be adored and embraced as essential elements of beauty.

ARIES (March 21-April 19). When you think of an event as large and important, you show up looking as you want to be seen. It’s the nonevents that show you exactly as you are, and that’s the way they love you most.

TAURUS (April 20-May 20). As the sign of the bull, you know that those who take life by the horns put themselves in a dangerous position. You respond best to those who lead with enticements instead of trying to use force.

GEMINI (May 21-June 21). You’re certain, confident and unlikely to make mistakes. What you do, you do with purpose. Your first order of business is to make someone very, very happy.

CANCER (June 22-July 22). Anyone who is as good of a listener as you are is bound to get mixed messages from time to time. You’ll unify information into one crystal-clear intention that’s best for all involved.

LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). Don’t worry about coming up with some positive thoughts and ideas to guide you into an enhanced experience. Getting the old ideas out is the real challenge. Once you do that, new ideas come rushing in.

VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). The day may feel like a train ride – it’s going 50 mph, and when it stops, you’ll be at your destination. As for the ride itself, it feels very similar to the experience of sitting still.

LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). Avoid over-thinking the many details involved now, as this only will serve to diminish your enjoyment. To stay merry, focus on the bigger picture, continuing to think in terms of what you’ve done and can do for others.

SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). You’ll see your opportunity and know at a deep and basic level that you have to go for it. You have a healthy respect for the dangers involved, but that won’t keep you from taking a risk.

SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). The person you think of as a friend or relation thinks of you as competition. You can still have a healthy relationship, but first you may have to make it clear that you’re not interested in the game.

CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). Before you declare something damaged beyond repair, try again to make it right. Start by assuming it’s not broken to begin with and that it just needs to be put together the right way.

AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). Loved ones need your wisdom. Tell them that being aware of a problem is the first step toward making it better, but not if they’re just going to complain about it. Urge them to work together.

PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). It may seem that your goals are slipping away, but this is just a matter of perspective. Have faith that all is on track and inching slowly forward. You’ll notice the progress days from now.

TODAY’S BIRTHDAY. Your stellar work ethic allows you to enjoy comforts you’ve long wanted to experience. A special person makes you see things differently and could inspire you to move, redecorate or shift your professional focus. Accomplishments of your family will reflect favorably on you. March and August are best for travel. Cancer and Aries people adore you. Your lucky numbers are: 11, 28, 30, 4 and 13.

HOLIDAY STRESS RELIEVERS: So many feel spent and blue in December. What can you do to counteract holiday stress?

PISCES: Pisces is the sign of the healing touch. This evolved spirit has ways of making people feel better, though the actual methods are mysterious even to the Pisces delivering health, comfort and relief. The intuitive knowledge that Pisces possesses doesn’t have a logical language. Pisces can speak the language of love. Under favorable circumstances, Pisces naturally exudes this healing energy. But when Pisces is feeling stressed, who relieves the fish’s tension?

The answer is never too distant or difficult. Pisces will easily find the right relief once this sign recognizes a need for it. Focused on the feelings and moods of others, Pisces has a difficult time tuning in to his or her own requirements. The first step in de-stressing is to decide that it’s important. The second step is to reach out and touch someone. Touch in the form of a hug, handholding, cuddling, massage therapy and more will relieve anxiety, reduce irritability and promote a feeling of calm well-being.

CELEBRITY PROFILES: Radio star, television personality and producer extraordinaire Ryan Seacrest is arguably the busiest man in Hollywood. This hardworking Capricorn was born when the sun, Mercury and Venus were all in Capricorn, the sign of public standing and business savvy. A tenacious Taurus moon ruled the day on which he was born. His Jupiter in Pisces indicates great empathy and compassion.

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