Since you will eventually attain a long-term objective, you should be particular about the path you choose to get there. Why take one gridlocked with trucks and taxis when you could take the scenic route? It'll be just as effective, not to mention, more picturesque.
🏰 On this day in History: 25 October
1926 Lester Patrick becomes 1st coach & gm of NY Rangers
1941 Winston Churchill routes "Forces South" to SE Asia
1492 Columbus' ship Santa MarЎa lands at Dominican Republic
1985 Kosmos 1700 communications satellite placed in geostationary orbit
1902 Maksin Gorki's "Na dne," premieres in Moscow
🎂 Famous Historical Birthdays: 25 October
1884 Eduardo Barrios, Chile, novelist (The Love-Crazed Boy)
1970 Audra Wilks, Miss USA-Virginia (1997, Miss Photogenic)
1923 Bobby Thomson, HR hitter (Giants win the pennant)
1928 Marion Ross, Albert Lea Mn, actress (Marion-Happy Days, Bkln Bridge)
1941 Anne Tyler, American writer (Accidental Tourist)
⛪ Famous Historical Deaths: 25 October
1902 Frank Norris, writer, dies at 32
1154 Stefanus van Blois, king of England (1135-54), dies
1861 Friedrich C von Savigny, German lawyer, dies at 82
0625 Boniface V, Italian Pope (619-25), dies
1976 Raymond Queneau, [M Presle], French writer (Last Days), dies at 73
Tomorrow's horoscope for Virgo will be a brief but exceptionally useful guide through the Virgins' labyrinths of life. It doesn't seem smart to even start denying the benefits of this future-telling method. After all, even the great ancient philosopher and scientist Pythagoras noted that astrology along with mathematics was a forerunner of all the sciences. It is obvious that a couple thousand years ago things were slightly different, to put it mildly. However, just like now the sun used to rise in the east and set in the west. The moon still used to influence all the tides as well as the psychics of the mentally unstable. Nothing has changes in this regard since then and this means that the fundamental postulates that earned astrology an honorary spot in people's minds have stayed unchanged. What does this tell us? It tells us that the methods that were used by Pythagoras himself thousands of years ago are still relevant today. The only difference is that, unlike Pythagoras, we have such technologies at our disposal that let us take into account not only the movements of five nearest planets while working on a horoscope. We ask many other celestial bodies for help - the stars that our ancestors simply could not see, thus couldn't know about their existence.
Therefore, tomorrow's horoscope for Virgo in essence is a product of synthesizing an idea - as old as the word itself - with newest technologies. Should we even mention that as a result we end up with a perfect weapon capable of instantly destroying the curtain of mystery hiding the future from us? That's it! The tomorrow's horoscope for Virgo really is a wonderful way to plan future events by considering quite plausible scenarios of their development. This is what makes stars different from people: they are unbiased and don't lie. If not stars, who else can we fully trust?! Thus, there is no room for any scepticism or other silliness here. What there is room for, however, is an educated management of your resources. No horoscope will be able to tell you everything from A to Z and in between. No horoscope will be able to give you a precise minute-by-minute description of tomorrow. Horoscope is the most generalized plan for a certain spatiotemporal interval. At the same time, however, this plan is quite tangible for you to be able to base your real suppositions on. The result will be just around the corner. Anyone who has ever turned to a horoscope will know all about its benefits.
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