A Note from Susan Miller
My former husband, Don Miller, died this morning, Saturday, May 1, at 8:34 AM in the city we always lived, New York City, Manhattan.
He was in a hospital, and the nurse called today to give us—me and my two daughters, Chrissie, who lives here in New York City, and Diana, who flew in from Los Angeles—the heartbreaking news. They did say his passing was natural, as his organs failed him. They had kept him very comfortable, and we were told he never felt pain. There were no decisions to make, and there was nothing that could be done. The finality of death is so chilling. I felt so sorry he could not have lived longer and had to pass this way.
Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
A lot is going on in your life, and some of the best activity may involve your work and career. Jupiter, the giver of gifts and luck, is positioned at the top of your chart (where the number 12 is on the face of a clock) and shining like a brilliant lantern about to put a big spotlight on you. This month is especially exciting, for Jupiter will temporarily move into your tenth house of prestigious career accomplishments, from May 13 until July 28.
That period is a little over ten weeks, and it’s meant to give you a preview of what is to come in even stronger force in 2022. Jupiter has not visited Pisces for 12 years, so you would be wise to take it seriously. If you have not focused too much on your career, you will now be acknowledged for your talents and experience, even if you are a beginner. The tenth house, where Jupiter is headed on May 13, relates to your accomplishments and how you live your life. It is that high point in the chart that sums up your legacy in life, that is, what you will become known for in your area of expertise and with your constituency. Your community may be wide, such as the world at large, or more focused on a specific area—it does not matter—this point shows what others will admire in you.
During the pandemic, some people reassessed their careers and discovered they were not in a role that satisfied their souls or used their innate talents. I always feel a break in the chain of events is valuable for everyone, for it gives us all time to think and step back to get a new perspective.
If you feel passionate about pushing your career in a new direction, you can take small or large steps now toward your goal. You need a plan, and being the intellectual, analytical creature that you are, you are most capable of creating one. How do you know if you are doing the work meant for you? If you wake up in the morning and can’t wait to get started each day, you know for sure you are on the right path. If you dread doing your work, that’s a sign that you need to think about some sort of change.