The Montreal Mirror has always had great horoscopes. I have cut out a few over the years – stuck them up on my bulletin board for future readings. While I am (no longer) a big astrological gal, this one is a great reminder of how long things really take to succeed:
To create a pearl, an oyster needs an aggravating parasite inside its shell. It builds layers of calcium carbonate around the invader, gradually fabricating the treasure. How long does it actually take from the initial provocation to the finished product? Five years for a pearl of average size, and as many as ten years for a big one. Hope that puts into perspective the tenacious work you’re doing on your own master project, Libra. It may seem sometimes as if you’ve been striving to transform your irritant for an eternity, but you’re actually right on schedule.