After so many aspects yesterday, today the Moon in Gemini makes a sextile to the Sun in Aries then a square to Mercury—its ruler—in Pisces. The Moon is in its waxing crescent phase, increasing in light, as it receives the light of the exalted Sun. The Sun in Aries is heroic, a sign of greatness, describing the kinds of esteem and respect often conferred on renowned individuals. In Gemini, the Moon puts such heroic luminosity into dialogue, into social connections, and with Mercury in Pisces, invites us to reflect the light of grand individualism back through stories of collective brilliance. As Angela Davis writes, “Since the rise of global capitalism and related ideologies associated with neoliberalism, it has become especially important to identify the dangers of individualism. Progressive struggles—whether they are focused on racism, repression, poverty, or other issues—are doomed to fail if they do not also attempt to develop a consciousness of the insidious promotion of capitalist individualism.” As we watch the light of the crescent Moon waxing in the sky above us, as we reach out to one another through social media and digital dialogues, may we challenge ourselves and one another to tell stories of greatness that are distributed, communal, and emergent from across and between—in ways that are insistently irreducible to solitary persons and individual figures. We may not yet know how to tell such stories; we may struggle to put these realities into words. But as Donna Haraway offers, “It matters what stories we tell to tell other stories with.” How we tell these stories today creates worlds in which we live tomorrow.