CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19):
Between now and June 2003, you'll be receiving opportunity after opportunity to learn more about relationships. Will you take advantage of this embarrassment of riches, Capricorn? I hope so. I believe there's nothing more important than deepening your capacity for togetherness. You might imagine you have better things to do, like building your career or making more money. But the ironic fact is that cultivating your intimacy skills will change you in the precise ways that are most likely to serve your worldly ambitions.

AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18):
Aquarian inventor Thomas Edison came up with a lot of ideas that went nowhere. While he was trying to develop the perfect battery, his unsuccessful experiments were comically legion. "I have not failed," he mused. "I've just found 10,000 ways that won't work." There are other ways in which he didn't match the profile we usually associate with genius. He rarely had a dramatic breakthrough out of the blue, for instance. Most often, he tinkered and fussed until he discovered some new useful thing. Of his 1093 patents, some were inventions he purposefully set about to create, but most he simply stumbled upon. I urge you to apply all of these approaches to your life in the coming weeks, Aquarius. The Tinkering Season is about to begin.

PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20):
Beneath the visible surface of one of the world's most famous paintings, the Mona Lisa, are three previous versions. X rays show this conclusively. In other words, it took a few false starts before the artist, Leonardo da Vinci, finally gave birth to his masterpiece. Let's apply this theme to your life, Pisces. Judging from the current astrological aspects, I estimate you've completed at least two and possibly three of your allotted false starts. Any day now, I predict you'll begin the definitive version of a breakthrough creation.


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