worth the wait: full moon in capricorn [astroloco]

A star is born, but what good is it if it dies out just as soon as it starts to burn? Sure, it may cause a stir, but it will never earn a place in the books as one of the greatest to have ever shone if it doesn’t guide your way back home on a nightly basis. Brilliance is measured by resilience, just as the light takes billions of years to penetrate the blackest spaces. The process is paced glacially, but no one said it was a race. Believe me when I tell you it is beyond well worth the wait. In fact, it is dazzling.

Patience is important when you’re young and on the rise. Capitalize on each moment in an economic way to ensure future success and secure a better day. There is no need for grand displays when you have your whole life shining ahead. Results may be so that they do not show yet, but don’t forget the sun is comprised solely of tiny little specs of electrical energy. United for a synergy, they power the world.

Cherish every flicker and foster every flare. Send sparks into the air just to catch them on the comeback once again. Snatch up particles to use them as the fuel for revolutions. Feeling useless? The solution is to keep the body moving, proving that there’s always win in every solitary spin. If they’re shady, let them doubt, because soon everyone will know. We are the supernovas. Step aside when we explode.

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Sort of like a cosmic trophy, the Full Moon in Capricorn reveals how far we’ve come. This can be burden if we are unsure where we are and how to get there where we need to be. We are not meant to be discouraged by this illumination, no. It should motivate us to take care of business and manage what needs to be managed. A little organization goes a long way, beyond even your wildest imagination. The more we realize exactly what we want in this life, the easier it is to realize the small goals that are leading us ultimately to the top of the world. Keep climbing and go far.

A star is born, but what good is it if it dies out just as soon as it starts to burn? Sure, it may cause a stir, but… What were we talking about again? This feels just like the beginning, but it is much more like the end; fading.

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