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Month: December 2019

Astrology: Happy December Solstice!

Reading Time: 7 minutes By:  Janette Dalgliesh – Confluence Daily is your daily news source for women in the know. Welcome to the December Solstice, a beautiful turning point of the seasons – Winter for the Northern Hemisphere, Summer for the Southern. Every Solstice is an astronomical event, experienced at the same moment by everyone on the planet – but we don’t all experience it the same way. We are ALL creatures of both Earth and stars; and if we want to make the most of a Solstice, it’s good to take that into account. Our planet does not sit straight...

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3 Stories You Should Read 12/10/2019: Greenland, Lavrov, Articles of Impeachment

Reading Time: 2 minutes Confluence Daily is your daily news source for women in the know.   In the category of:   Point of no return House Democrats Unveil Articles Of Impeachment Against Donald Trump Top House Democrats unveiled two articles of impeachment against Donald Trump on Tuesday, laying the foundation for a vote that could see the president become just the third American leader in history to be impeached. The articles of impeachment relate to two actions by Trump: One is abuse of power linked to his demand that the Ukrainian president investigate a political rival, and the second...

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Astrology: an audacious week

Reading Time: 4 minutes Yes, there is turmoil in the world.

And we change the world by our thoughts, because our thoughts inform our emotions and our emotions inform our actions – and those shape the world.

Mercury and Sagittarius can help inspire fiercely optimistic thoughts, aimed at finding and supporting those who are finding solutions in the world.

It’s a broad hint of the shift into optimism, lightness and air which is coming in 2020.

And the full moon at 19° of Gemini on 12 December is a perfect fit.

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Vox: Kamala Harris and the fallibility of identity politics

Reading Time: 6 minutes In every defeat there are lessons to be learned. For her largest advocates, the wound of realizing that their shared kinship was not as widespread as initially conceived may take a while to heal. But our obligations as voters demand that we hold our favored candidates accountable to the commitments they make to their constituency, and push them to understand what representation really means in 2020. This includes listening to the policies constituents want, and not only grasping but representing a new rubric of fighting for justice.

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