Scorpio forecast for Thursday February 25, 2021
One minuscule drop of a strong chemical is enough to pollute (or clean) a large quantity of water. Although we might not think it could spread so far, or make such a difference, a tiny amount is all it takes. It's the same with our emotions. The smallest amount of bitterness, suspicion or anger can be enough to spoil a happy situation. And a little love can be equally transformative. Unless, of course, the anger has gone in first. Then, the remedy needs to be stronger. Be a force for good today.
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February 24, 2021
In the unprecedented times we're living in, before any of us can do anything, a complex set of rituals must be adhered to. We must pay our respects to the twin deities of health and safety. And sacrifices, in the form of careful risk assessments need to be made. No impulsive activities are acceptable unless the correct application forms have been filled in. Yet today, despite a lack of appropriate approval, you're being given the right to make a swift decision and, metaphorically at least, move on.
February 23, 2021
'Is everything okay?' What a ridiculous question. Of course it's not. How could it be? Even in the lightest, brightest and most brilliant of times, someone, somewhere needs help, love, or support. Yet, if that weren't the case, the world would be a peculiarly sterile place. There would be no need for compassion. So, instead, when we say we're okay, we're trying to convey that it's okay that everything isn't okay. As a stressful situation unfolds in an unlikely way, you'll see proof of that today.
February 22, 2021
No one says it like Frank Sinatra; '...and more, much more than this, I did it my way'. It's a classic; no wonder it's one of the most popular pieces of music chosen at funerals. We're proud of who we are and rightly value the sentiment of being true to ourselves. It's hard to think of an equivalent song that promotes adaptability and compromise. Yet there are times when it's essential to do things someone else's way. It's worth remembering that your way isn't the only way today.
Celebrity ScorpioRyan Gosling 12 November 1980
February 21, 2021
Your Weekly Love Focus Horoscope: When you don't know someone well, it's natural to look at their surroundings to build up a picture of what they're like. You're opinion might be affected by who's in their friendship group. The philosopher Goethe said 'tell me with whom you associate, and I'll tell you who you are'. But with social-distancing in place, it's not so easy to access this kind of clue. Fortunately, as Mercury start to moves forwards, you'll be able to review a recent assumption and form a clearer, more promising picture.
February 20, 2021
Your Weekly Horoscope: If a film producer was planning on making a film about your life, they'd be delighted by what the week ahead has in store for you. You've been struggling against the odds, caught in an epic drama in which you've had to 'take arms against a sea of troubles'. Just to add to the tension, realistic signs of hope have been thin on the ground. No wonder you're concerned about how this is going to work out. Yet, the celestial message is reassuring. You can stop worrying and start to enjoy the show.
February 19, 2021
Things come down to split seconds all the time. Athletics. Musical scores. Saucepans that are about to boil over. A 'moment' could be the difference between success and failure, harmony and chaos. You've been anxiously watching a situation that looks set to spin out of control and bubble over into a mess. But, by the same token, with the simplest of gestures, might it not fall into place? Although you feel as if something's teetering on the edge, you're about to see that your timing's perfect.
February 18, 2021
If Cinderella was set in today's world, the story would look very different. Rather than seeing it as a fairytale about a party and Prince Charming, we'd recognise it as an account of domestic slavery. Even though it has a happy-ever-after ending, we'd wonder how everyone just stood by and allowed such a situation to exist. As for its impact on our unsuspecting kids... the fears created in childhood have long-lasting effects. You find the strength to sweep away an old anxiety of yours today.