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CANCER: October 15-21 Wednesday, October 15
17th-century writer Rene Descartes is regarded as the father of modern philosophy and founder of rationalism. His famous catchphrase is a centerpiece of Western intellectual tradition: “I think, therefore I am.” Here’s what’s amusing and alarming about the man: He read almost nothing besides the Bible and the work of Catholic theologian Thomas Aquinas.
LEO: October 15-21 Wednesday, October 15
You can’t give what you don’t have. Here’s a corollary: You can sort of half-give what you half-have, but that may lead to messy complications and turn out to be worse than giving nothing. Devote yourself to acquiring a full supply of what you want to give. Be motivated by your frustration at not being able to give it yet. Call on your stymied generosity to be the driving force to inspire you to get missing magic. When you’ve got it, give it.
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VIRGO: October 15-21 Wednesday, October 15
One of your allies or loved ones will get caught in his or her own trap. Your response will be crucial for how the rest of the story goes. On one hand, you shouldn’t climb in the trap with them and get tangled. On the other hand, it won’t serve your long-term interests to be cold and unhelpful. What’s the best strategy? First, sympathize with their pain, but don’t make it your own. Second, tell the blunt truth in the kindest tone possible. Third, offer limited support without compromising your freedom or integrity.
LIBRA: October 15-21 Wednesday, October 15
In 1936, Libran author F. Scott Fitzgerald wrote about the “crack-up” he’d experienced years earlier, including this tough realization: “I had been only a mediocre caretaker of most of the things left in my hands, even my talent.” This is a seed for your oracle.
SCORPIO: October 15-21 Wednesday, October 15
On a late summer day in 1666, scientist Isaac Newton was sitting under an apple tree in his mother’s garden in Lincolnshire, England. An apple fell from a branch, plummeting to the ground. A half-century later, he told his biographer this incident inspired him to formulate the theory of gravity. Fast-forward to 2010.
SAGITTARIUS: October 15-21 Wednesday, October 15
Most birds don’t sing unless they’re up high, flying or perched somewhere. One species that isn’t subject to this limitation is the turnstone, a brightly mottled shorebird. As it strolls beaches in search of food, it croons a tune the Cornell Lab of Ornithology calls “a short, rattling chuckle.”
IT'S FACEBOOK'S WORLD NOW Wednesday, August 20
Up-and-coming Sicilian mobster Domenico Palazzotto, 28, was outed in August by Italy's L'Espresso magazine as the owner of an ineffectively pseudonymous Facebook page showing off his muscled, bare-chested body and perhaps recruiting members. One fan …
‘DAVID BOWIE IS’ AT SUN-RAY Wednesday, September 17
For more than four decades, shape-shifting icon and mercurial talent David Bowie has been reconfiguring and repurposing the pop-culture landscape as an innovative musician, savvy fashion gangsta, …
CAPRICORN: October 15-21 Wednesday, October 15
Let’s discuss that thing you’re eyeing, coveting and fantasizing about. You can enjoy it without actually having it for your own. It’s best if you enjoy it without possessing it. There’s an odd magic at play here. If this thing becomes a fixed part of your life, it may interfere with you attracting two future experiences I see as more essential to your development.
 
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