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“Real love has little to do with falling. It’s a climb up the rocky face of a mountain, hard work, and most people are too selfish or too scared to bother.“ Stacey Jay


Hearts In Nature

Venus, the goddess of love, shifts into “Saturn-ruled” Capricorn, today (11:42 am EST), a period when we’re more inclined to want to “get down to business,” with our relationships. Since Capricorn symbolizes time-honored traditions and conventional values, our relational mindset tends to become more mainstream and commitment-oriented, the next few weeks. We’re more realistic regarding our expectations for love, now; more willing to do the hard work that relationships require because we believe, in the end, that what we’re erecting is something that is more likely to endure or last, satisfying our Saturnian need for safety or security. Too, it could be that we’re ready to discard those relationships that are no longer meeting or serving our needs, or end ties with persons who are unwilling to take things to the next level, as Venus in Capricorn can be quite pragmatic and no-nonsense in her approach towards love and does not care to invest her time in anything that doesn’t appear to have a future.

Since Capricorn also governs career and business, Venus in Capricorn can be excellent for professional networking efforts, allowing us to capably turn on the charm, wherever and whenever it’s needed, including in the boardroom, where Venus in Capricorn often tends to particularly shine. There can also be a special fondness or respect for authority figures, or persons in positions of power. Professionally speaking, in general, Venus in Capricorn can be a time when our work or what we do for a living can potentially become more enjoyable or pleasurable for us. A time when we may “fall in love” with our career. If we’re unemployed, or maybe unsure of our “calling in life,” now might be a good time to get skills-tested to find out our strengths. Venus stays in Capricorn until January 3.

Famous People with Venus in Capricorn: Elvis Presley, Steve Jobs, Brittney Spears, Miley Cyrus, Cindy Crawford, Michael Jordan.

Question for Today: What do you “know for sure” about love?

Famous December 10 Birthdays: Emily Dickinson, Dan Blocker, Dorothy Lamour, Chet Huntley, Susan Dey

“Morning without you is a dwindled dawn.” Emily Dickinson

Enjoy your Wednesday!

Patrice Thompson


Copyright 2014

Source Notes:


Sunrise: http://www.freeimages.com/photo/1442777

Hearts in Nature: http://www.freeimages.com/photo/1427703

Dickinson: http://www.goodreads.com/author/quotes/7440.Emily_Dickinson

Famous Birthdays: http://www.famousbirthdays.com/december10.html

Stacey Jay: http://www.goodreads.com/quotes/tag/commitment

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