The Waning Gibbous Moon is in Gemini and visible at 81%, and losing strength. It’s a time to be flexible. Your willingness to compromise makes you especially easy to get along with. When people compromise, everyone gets something they want, everyone gives up a few things that are less important to them, and the problem is solved. Compromise becomes virtually impossible when you’re angry or aggressive. To make sure your compromise is successful, aim to show respect for the other person and their ideas, even if you don’t agree with them. Compromise is great as it is the key to a healthy, mature, and thriving relationship. By compromising, you learn new things about yourself and your partner. It also takes you out of your comfort zone. Compromising is a good thing. It helps when trying to get along with others. Life is difficult, remember to be kind. Be patient and be slow to anger; know that everyone is doing the best that they can. Feel empathy towards others. After all, at the end of the day, we all want the same thing. We want to be happy, we want to feel validated and accepted, and we want to feel loved. Keep focusing on the fact that we’re all in the same boat; we’re in this together.
If you were born on September 29th, You are very generous with others as you search for love and approval. People see you as being very confident in your ability to achieve results in all that you attempt to do. You are known for your good taste and how you appreciate quality and beauty. With your natural understanding, you tend to be a great learner with potential in any field you choose. Although you may be less sure of yourself than you appear, you still possess all the aggressiveness and self-confidence you need to get the job done. You can explain complex subjects to others in a meaningful and interesting way. By letting go and taking life as it comes, you are immediately rewarded and draw towards you everything you need.
Daily thought for September 29th: Action can change feelings. Motion can result in emotion. Love is established not so much by fervent promise as by often repeated deeds.