SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21): Many farms in California’s Tulare County grow produce for supermarket chains. The problem? Those big stores only want fruits and vegetable that look perfect. So if there are brown spots on apples or zucchinis grow crooked or carrots get too big, they’re rejected. As a result, 30 percent of the crops go unharvested. That’s sad; a lot of poor people who live in Tulare don’t have enough to eat. Fortunately, some enterprising food activists have begun to work out arrangements with farmers to collect wasted produce and distribute it to hungry folks. There’s a comparable situation in your life: unplucked resources and ignored treasures. In 2014, take dramatic action to harvest and use them.