Daily Horoscope for Leo


(JULY 23 - AUGUST 22)
Horoscope Cast for: Sunday, March 7th, 2021

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Today's Horoscope Summary...


The last few days have been some of the best in my life and that could be considered bizarre. I took a road trip to Phoenix, Arizona to be with my sister’s husband and his family as he passed away. He passed at home, in a hospital bed that we set up on his living room. We watched hundreds of old slides as he slept. When he was awake, we shared his last lucid moments and made lots of wonderful memories. His three sons were able to be with him and you could tell he felt how much he was loved. Their wives and some of the grandchildren spent time with him too. This was the first time any of them had experienced death up close and personal. As I have a lot of hospice nursing experience, it was my great honor to guide them through this special time.

He passed as the moon was full and the wind came and blew his spirit into the Great Beyond.

Mars has just entered Gemini, a more mental than physical sign, where the action will come from speech, communication, and exchange of ideas. This energy must move. and can lead to agitation and nervousness if we are not considerate of how our words come across to others.

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The Daily Horoscope for Leo...




Communication is as much about listening as talking. Dialogue is not your greatest strength. With Mars in Gemini, you will need to be more open to listening. Your friends will help you by providing you with valuable and useful information for your own goals.


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Your Daily Tao

Small country, few people
Let them have many weapons but not use them
Let the people regard death seriously
And not migrate far away

Although they have boats and chariots
They have no need to take them
Although they have armors and weapons
They have no need to display them

Let the people return to tying knots and using them
Savor their food, admire their clothes
Content in their homes, happy in their customs

Neighboring countries see one another
Hear the sounds of roosters and dogs from one another
The people, until they grow old and die
Do not go back and forth with one another