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Daily Chatty Style Horoscopes - Sunday 18 August
Consider 'the element of surprise' with a response. Someone might be understandably certain you'll react one way, but you could do so differently. Offering an unanticipated response could cause this person to use their imagination to respond, and this might throw them briefly. You can do much to take a discussion or exchange that appeared to head one direction down another that is more helpful and meaningful.
Some 'detective work' might be needed on your part. This might involve the truth being made known or exposing what needs to be brought into the open for all to see or hear. However, you'll need to be willing to ask certain questions to obtain information cleverly and surreptitiously. For now, collect reliable information that has helped others because it can help you as well.
Success can sometimes rely on luck and 'perfect timing.' Even if we create solid and thought-through plans, we often need to accept that a positive result can be out of our hands. You could be is clear about a plan you've created and also have a good idea regarding the best way to pursue it. Don't become despondent if immediate results aren't forthcoming. Luck sometimes takes time to manifest.
Truth tends to manifest eventually and can stare us in the face, but we still choose to ignore or pretend we can't see it. Might there be a particular truth you should acknowledge and deal with now? This could involve making a decision about your future commitment to a situation, arrangement, or individual. Procrastinating might no longer be an option.
Something that makes sense to you could have others scratching their heads. They might wonder how you could have possibly come up with an idea so far removed from where everyone else's thinking is at. However, eventually, your ingenuity will be acknowledged and appreciated. For now, allow others a bit of time to see how clever your idea is – and how they can benefit from it.
There's wisdom in saying nothing and allowing others to suspect we're a fool rather than open our mouths and confirm their suspicions. Please allow me to make clear that it's unlikely anyone believes you, of all people, to be foolish now. However, it is possible that, by saying more than you need to in some way, you risk regretting doing so. There are times when the wisest option involves listening and saying nothing. Now could be such a time for you.
Lawyers in courtrooms often reiterate their points over and over again. This can be essential with winning a case, especially if a jury is at risk of not understanding something the first time around. There's usually too much is at stake for that to happen! Your life would probably be considerably easier if you didn't have to make a point repeatedly. However, is it not worth doing to bring a particular outcome? You're right to avoid any chance of misinterpretation.
There are times when we feel it's necessary to be humble or nonchalant when what we'd really love to do is shout something at the top of our lungs. We all know the feeling of wanting to make the world aware of how excited or grateful we are. You might struggle to keep cool and calm toward the delightful development unfolding in your world now. So, don't!
It's easy to become too close to certain situations and oblivious to answers or solutions staring us in the face. We look any hint of progress or reassurance but can fail to spot either because we're used to looking at a situation in a particular way. Then, somehow, we manage to see something we've overlooked. This can be particularly helpful when what appeared complex appears much less challenging. That could sum up the enlightening experience awaiting you now or shortly.
When we discover we possess an ability to surprise ourselves, then there are times when this is undetected by others. Unless we choose to announce our discovery, anyone will likely believe that whatever we've done or made happen is something we're used to experiencing. You look set to be surprised at and potentially delighted with an achievement you felt was beyond your abilities. This is too good to go unnoticed.
Although it's nice to think someone sees no boundaries to your generosity, you wouldn't keep giving if you didn't believe it to be worth doing. However, you might sense that limits need to be imposed where your continued support of someone or something is concerned. Priming yourself for a difficult exchange is unnecessary.
We tend to see mistakes as negative, counterproductive, and something to be avoided at all costs. However, think about how often we benefit from them. Apart from the valuable lessons that can be learned, there are times when a mistake can work in our favor in some way. Don't be too quick to chastise yourself for a perceived error of judgment. It might yet turn out to be a blessing in disguise.