Writing in “The Week” magazine, editor-in-chief Bill Falk reminisced about how earlier in his career he churned out three opinion columns a week for newspapers. It was tough. “The truth is,” he said, “there were many weeks in which I didn’t have three fresh opinions of any value.” These days, he added, he couldn’t handle a gig like that. As he’s matured, he has become suspicious of his own certainties. “Opinions are highly overrated,” he concludes. “Most concern passing phenomena that, six months or six years from now, become utterly irrelevant.” I propose that we make Falk your patron saint for February, Aries. The astrological omens suggest that this is a perfect moment to enjoy the humility and grace that come from nurturing compassionate ideals instead of agitated opinions.
Source: Freewill Astrology