Your Daily Horoscope, from Jonathan Cainer with Oscar Cainer
Your Daily Horoscope, from Jonathan Cainer with Oscar Cainer

Cancer, Saturday, 9 November 2019

Your Week Ahead: These days, media attention on success, and how to achieve it, has had such an impact that people seem think the world owes them a living. It wasn't so long ago that kids grew up knowing they had to work and study hard in order to earn a good salary and gain the status that came with it. Yet, nature is abundant. Even if the world doesn't 'owe' us anything, it's delighted to supply us with what we need. In this week, full of exceptional cosmic events, if you ask in the right way, you'll be rewarded.

Your Week Ahead - Love Focus: We know what's coming when we hear someone utter the dreaded words 'no offence, but...' It's going to be a criticism; just delivered in the clothing of polite observation. It was writer Diane Setterfield who described politeness as 'a poor man's virtue'; and since we often find ourselves thanking people who are rude to us, you see her point. Kindness is more important than manners. And those who claim they're being cruel to be kind are doing nothing of the sort. Now is the moment to let them go.

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