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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 20, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas B.C. I I O Yfou TO PA/MT C/V-WO i ON MV B»AC< , THIS SURfc IS TAKIM& A WHILF.. 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J — He w.irv ol t.ikii)^ ,i lin.iiK i.il risk on .HI inv()l\(‘tm>nt ih.il \oti (.innol [)(>r soiiiillv lonlrol. IluTi's ,i (li,in(c voii mi^hl ('lul up ¡).iviin', tor someone (’Isc's mist,ike". S( ( )RI’I() (()t I. i4-Nov, 22) It's s.id but tnie tli.it not evervoiie vou dc.il with will l)id(' bv the s,im(‘ high st.ind.irds you set tor yoursf'll. B(> (.irelul not to trij) over vour own n.iivele SAC,11 lAKIUS iNov 2 ? i n‘(, J i i Kvn though \ou h.ive ,1 sh.it|) eve tor det.iils, it might be ditii( ull lor vou to s(H' the entire ¡hc lure. Vou should st.md b.u k .1 bil. 111 order to l.ikc* in <ind .in.ilv/e the whole view ( Al’RK ()K,N ine(\ 22-l.in, l'*i St fiedule vour day so ih.it responsibilities ,ire given gre.iter priont\ over ple.isur.iblc pursuits. 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TAURUS (April 20 M.iy 20) If you [iromist' or give .iway nnu h more than you should when c utling a de.il, vou'll regret it later, wlien vou hav(> lime to reflet t Be fair to others, but make sure fh.it vou're 'ak en t .irt' ol, too CiHMINI (May 2 1 |une 20) — M.ike sure you distin guish the different e ht'twc'en [)ositiv(> and mere wish iul tliinking. The tormer enhani es success: the latlei only inviti's failure. ( AN( fK (luiie 21-|uK 22) - All ty|K‘s ol maft'ri.il op[)orluniti(‘s hover alioul you at this point in limt', but you might not evt'ii retogni/t' them tor what they .ik* owing to an indilk'rent attitude on \our [i.irt. Be alert IK) (|ulv 2 i Aug. 22) It isn't right to expet t oth ers fo do things lor you that you tan (To e(|uallv wt*ll or ev('ti man.ig(‘ tar more tom|ietently then fhev unlt'ss vou're paving them fo do so. Uon'l ('X[)(‘( t any free ritTes. 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