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Pisces Who Can’t Be Fooled: Astrology-Based Advice

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achillis dyingDear Elsa,

I have a most annoying problem of understanding people. Really understanding them. I can see what motivates them, what drives them, what leads them. If someone is trying to fool me, pull the wool over my eyes if you will, I can see it. And I know the why of it. And I know how they are going to go about it.

Some say I should have been a counselor. But you see Elsa, my problem is that I have no patience as I get older. I see through people, and the older I get, the harder it is not to just call everybody out on their behavior. It also bothers the hell out of me that I can’t fix them. I see it all so plainly.

So what do you suggest? I’m thinking about some cute ear-plugs.

All Knowing Pisces

Dear Pisces,

I feel for you. People pull the wool over my eyes all the time. I am oblivious and it seems much nicer than this. That said, I don’t know how to un-know the things you know.

But I do know that you are a Pisces and your job in this world is to be compassionate. So listen. Can you call them on their shit compassionately? Because if you devastate someone’s defense system just because you can, what do you think the result will be? More specifically, who do you think will be hurt? You… or them? Might be you, huh?

Because if you obliterate someone, chances are they aren’t going want anything to do with you. At that point you will be REJECTED and this is the Achilles heel, isn’t it. It is. You are sensitive here and all the sudden it’s, who’s cryin’ now.

So you get the plot. You have a gift. I suggest you use it. Compassionately. And responsibly! And when you do this, everyone will win, the way nature intends.

Good luck.

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pictured – Christophe Veyrier, Dying Achilles, 1683, Marble, Victoria and Albert Museum, London

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  • another Piscean

    Great advice. I could have written that letter myself.I’ve had the experience of calling people out on their own stupidity and it’s never turned out well.I now am the person who rolls their eyes and has a laugh about it later.I save my compassion for more worthwhile pursuits.I get rejected enough without being an A-hole too.