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2010 A Time Of Cautionary Productivity
By Lydia Solini (www.AstrologyByLydia.com)
   As Saturn entered Libra in November 2009; the United States entered a cycle of slow productivity that will last until the end of September 2012.  As a nation we will be testing and exploring our skills, our values and philosophies and our very being as a nation.  Saturn is the great teacher and when we figure out these issues we will gain confidence as well as direction.  Stock market gains will be slow but deliberate without the wildness of the last decade.  It will be important for the country and its citizens to avoid right wing politics because it will limit progress and steady gains.  Our position in the world should make serious gains as our reputation improves.  As a nation we will be driven to assess and clear out any areas that do not work or cause conflict.  It is a time of evaluation and candor as government deals with its direction, its allies, and its people.  Community, state and government will need the input of its people now; get involved, write your congressmen and senators, etc. when moved by an issue.  It is a time for Americans to outgrow the need to hand off responsibility to others (politicians, etc.) and to feel the empowerment of personally being a catalyst for change.  It is a time to have steady faith and resolve.  Personal responsibility and moderation help correct the consciousness of the nation.  With courage and stamina we will end 2010; fortified, certain, and financially better!   [ more ]

Reviewing 2009 A Year In Pictures

A select compilation of photos from The Valley Voice during 2009.

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