CAPRICORN [December 22–January 19] The Bible addresses the subjects of money and possessions in about 2,000 verses, but it devotes only 500 verses to prayer and 500 to faith. As you know, my advice in these horoscopes usually tends to have the opposite emphasis: I concentrate more on spiritual matters than on materialistic concerns. But this time, in acknowledgment of the specific cosmic influences coming to bear on you, I'm going to be more like the Bible. Please proceed on the assumption that you have a mandate to think extra deeply about money and possessions. Feel free to pray for guidance and meditate on increasing your cash flow.

AQUARIUS [January 20–February 18] Here's one of my favorite quotes from American philosopher Ralph Waldo Emerson: "I hate quotations. Tell me what you think." The current astrological omens suggest that this is an excellent message for you to heed. It's crucial for you to know your own mind and speak your own thoughts. It's smart to trust your own instincts and draw on your own hard-won epiphanies. For best results, don't just be skeptical of the conventional wisdom; be cautious about giving too much credence to every source of sagacity and expertise. Try to define your own positions.

PISCES [February 19–March 20] Why did Mark Gibbons strap a washing machine to his back and then climb to the top of Mount Snowdown in Wales? He did it to raise charity money for the Kenyan Orphan Project. If, in the coming weeks, you try anything as crazy as he did, Pisces, make sure it's for an equally worthy cause. Don't take on a big challenge simply to make people feel sorry for you. On the other hand, I'm happy to say that you could stir up a lot of good mojo by wandering into previously off-limits zones as you push past the limitations people expect you to honor.

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sarahnoname
sarahnoname

pigweed and purslane are NOT the same, nor are they anything alike...pigweed grows 4 feet tall, purslane is portulaca,and is a low growing succulent type.Both are said to be edible, but purslane tastes gross and slimy, whereas pigweed turns a beautiful bright green when cooked, tastes good and stays crunchy

 
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