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Horoscopes for July 11, 2014

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From page B13 | July 11, 2014 |

Anticipation builds as the moon swells toward tomorrow’s full status. Tomorrow’s Capricorn full moon, also known as the thunder moon, will highlight ambitions. Many already have a highly motivating goal in mind. Cancer energy lends an intuitive edge, too. Be sure to write down your inklings, because they may be psychic hits.

ARIES (March 21-April 19). The first step in creating work that people love is loving the work yourself and having fun while you’re doing it. The more interesting your work is to you the more interesting it will be to others.

TAURUS (April 20-May 20). Too many people are prone to self-doubt and the tendency to underestimate what they can do. You’ll witness this dynamic and take every opportunity to build people up.

GEMINI (May 21-June 21). Just because you can see things from another person’s point of view doesn’t mean you’re soft. In fact, your perspective and compassion are what allow you to stand behind your personal rules.

CANCER (June 22-July 22). You have been given a gift that you may never be able to pay back, but that’s OK – you weren’t meant to. The world will be better when you pay it forward instead.

LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). The proverb goes: Honey is sweet, but the bees sting. Today you’ll take a calculated risk in order to taste the good side of life. The potential danger isn’t too great, so go for it.

VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). Those who don’t believe in magic often believe in things that are just as improbable but much more boring. You’ll be drawn to the fanciful types, and they will keep you entertained.

LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). You’ll find yourself trying to reason with unreasonable forces. Some of these come in the form of children. Maintain your structure and your patience. This is a test.

SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). Friends tell you your strengths, critics tell you your faults, and loved ones tell you you’re accepted for both. It’s good to feel that there is someone who loves you unconditionally.

SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). You can’t stick to the recipe when you don’t have all of the ingredients. Life will force you to change it up, but what you create will be better for the challenge.

CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). It appears that what you assumed has been proved correct. Another theory is that what’s happening is a direct result of your assumption. In other words, you believed it, so it’s coming true.

AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). If part of you is stretching into the future and the other part is lagging in the past, there won’t be enough of you left to take advantage of the opportunity going on right now.

PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). Lose the definitions and judgments for now. If you split yourself into “bad” and “good,” the two sides of you will engage in an internal battle, draining the little that will be left for productivity.

TODAY’S BIRTHDAY. You’ll leave a strong mark on the book of life this year. You’ll enjoy and welcome contact with the world in the next 10 weeks, and then you’ll enter into a more introspective period. With a fresh mind in November, you’ll keep track of all that’s going on and retain the learning, turning it into a power play at the first of 2015. It’s money in the bank. Virgo and Aries people adore you. Your lucky numbers are: 11, 47, 45, 2 and 21.

WEEKEND LOVE FORECAST: ARIES: You say the truth in a pleasant, positive manner, and when you have to say “no,” you do it gently. TAURUS: You are healthy and independently happy seeking the same. Romance is stellar with a partner who fits these two requirements. GEMINI: Your love life may take a backseat to your work right now, but the right supportive partner will understand. CANCER: These days, to make love work, it seems you must adopt an unquestioning level of commitment. LEO: Liking isn’t the same as being willing to do the day-to-day maintenance that’s involved in a committed relationship. VIRGO: Sometimes even those with the best manners forget to practice civility with their nearest and dearest. LIBRA: You are a better person because of the way someone loved you. That’s why you’re so determined to do the same for another. SCORPIO: Some relationships are only as exciting as they are unfulfilled. Keep the tension. SAGITTARIUS: Most relationship problems aren’t solved with a one-time solution. Keep working on it. CAPRICORN: Sometimes you think you’re the one who loves the most, but this doesn’t scare you. AQUARIUS: If the one you love also happens to be your biggest advocate, you’ve hit the jackpot. PISCES: You sometimes wonder whether the other person has your best interests at heart. What is causing this doubt in you?

COUPLE OF THE WEEKEND: Capricorn and Cancer will have a great affinity for each other as the Cancer sun shines fully on the Capricorn moon’s face, illuminating its best qualities. Capricorn has big ambitions in life, and Cancer will be an avid fan and a strong supporter, providing a comfortable home base for Capricorn to operate from. Capricorn lends a feeling of safety and security that the crab deeply appreciates.

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