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Horoscopes for May 24, 2014

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From page B7 | May 24, 2014 |

The trine between Jupiter in Cancer and Saturn in Scorpio is a portal to better tomorrows. Hopeful feelings create more reasons to be hopeful. Opportunities like this don’t come along often. Feel the lift. There’s great momentum to take advantage of here. Stay in motion, because it will be harder to get moving from a standstill position.

ARIES (March 21-April 19). There are some circumstances that cannot be changed. It’s better to quickly agree with them than to put up a fight. You’ll show grace under pressure when you cooperate with the inescapable.

TAURUS (April 20-May 20). Your upbeat attitude will make you an asset to a group. When you’re not sure what to say, you’ll throw in a compliment for good measure. This is one of the reasons why you have so many friends.

GEMINI (May 21-June 21). Just as a performer has a stage personality that’s different from how he or she acts around the house, you have a social persona for a particular crowd, and it will be in top form.

CANCER (June 22-July 22). The one who takes full responsibility for a problem has the power to fix it. That’s why you don’t mind assuming more than your fair share. You’re ready to handle things, and no one will stop you.

LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). You’ll bond with friends because you let them be themselves around you. You’ll share your mood through music, food and the kinds of conversations that only you can have.

VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). Resisting a thing creates a relationship with it. That’s why it’s senseless to resist the thing you don’t want in your life — it only gives it energy and creates more of that thing in your world.

LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). A commitment to continuous learning takes the pressure off of you. You won’t have to get it all right, ace a test or do anything perfectly in one moment. All you’ll have to do in any moment is learn.

SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). You’ll have to be a bit of a snoop to get the whole story. A vague answer is a cover-up. Dig deeper, but do so indirectly, and you’ll learn all you need to know.

SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). Your input will be needed. Assume you will be asked to speak, and be ready with what you’re going to say. If you go so far as to practice in front of a mirror, you’ll really hit a homerun.

CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). You know who you really want to be, but there is some fear about making the necessary changes. Figure out how to gracefully avoid a bad influence, and this will help matters tremendously.

AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). Instead of worrying about the big picture, work on it for a while, handle some of the minor issues, and then leave it alone. The major issue will take care of itself.

PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). A new friend is interesting, but just remember that while you may walk together awhile, you have your own path, and it’s different from the one your friend is on.

TODAY’S BIRTHDAY. What you do to fix a rather superficial problem will start you on a path that is soul changing. June is about closing gaps so you can begin a new program. Your family will thrive, and there will be excellent news in July and September. You’ll trade places with someone for fun in October. Libra and Capricorn people adore you. Your lucky numbers are: 40, 21, 16, 19 and 33.

ASTROLOGICAL QUESTIONS: “I’m an Aries adrenaline junky, and my boyfriend won’t do anything fun with me. I would love to share the experience of, say, jumping out of a plane with him, but he won’t even go on a rollercoaster with me. Is it because he’s a Taurus? Do you think that we’ll last even though we’re so different? Sometimes I wonder whether we’re meant to be. It’s a three-year relationship so far.”

Taurus tends toward practicality. Most people born under this Earth sign like to keep their feet on the terra firma, although many Taurus folks enjoy cars and racing. If you have any interest in that, it might be a hobby worth exploring together. Also, while he might not like to take risks with his body as much as you do, he is likely to take risks in conversation, in his choice of work and with his sense of humor. Pay attention to the ways in which he does take risks, and he will become more attractive to you. He could fall more deeply in love with you just because he likes the attractive way he feels when he’s around you. Love takes more of an effort and is ultimately much scarier than a skydiving lesson, but if you’re willing to work at it, Aries and Taurus can make a mighty fine team.

CELEBRITY PROFILES: The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame calls Bob Dylan “the uncontested poet laureate of the rock and roll era.” This iconic Gemini embodies the wit, agility and mischief of his mercurial sign. The twins are hard to pin down. They defy definition and love to keep everyone guessing. Mercury and Venus are also in Gemini in Dylan’s natal chart.

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