Today’s Oracle takes us to the Capricorn weekly for Jan. 29, 1999.
This is a time for taking stock, or doing what I call a “values inventory.” Stars this month point to a kind of final test for conventional wisdom, revenge on all the pundits who think they’re so smart because they helped get the world in the great shape that it’s in. I am declaring it open season on all the “common sense” and “practical information” and “good advice” that was pumped into your ears, nose and throat by assorted elders, aunts, uncles, parents, big brothers, big sisters, big bosses, petty tyrants and especially, especially teachers. Size it up against what you now know from experience to be true. Guaranteed, if you do this right, you will come up with a list of at least 10 wrong things that you didn’t even know you believed that are totally screwing up your ability to think clearly.
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