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Horoscopes: Capricorn 

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CAPRICORN (December 22-January 20)

Pluto in your sign is still pushing, pulling, and stretching you, though I also hope you're getting the message to aspire to bolder and more interesting things. That means having an idea of what's bold and interesting to you, and reaching beyond your current circumstances, particularly in your profession. Make sure you aspire to what you really want, just in case you get it. That's the whole thing with success: It's demanding. Once attained, it often feels like you must earn it again every day. If you claim to have some knowledge, one of the first things you're likely to discover is how much you need to learn; and something must motivate that process of education. Let that be love: not the love of image, or of appearance, or of the idea of something, but the actual thing itself. Have as few illusions as you can, lest you become disillusioned; and if you do, be grateful when illusions are replaced by something closer to reality. It's a delicate balance, between reaching to exceed your grasp and taking on too much responsibility—and there may not actually be a point of equilibrium. The one thing you can do, over and over again, every single day, is resolve to be true to yourself, and make each choice consciously. Then verify again and again that you're actually faithful to yourself.

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