IF TODAY IS YOUR BIRTHDAY: This year, you evolve to a new level of understanding. Events might propel you to view life differently, or you.
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Toronto Star: Zodiac says PM stubborn, but amiable. TV Interview Part 1. TV Interview Part 2. TV Interview Part 3. In November , Mr. People walk past figurines of the pig ushering for the upcoming Chinese Lunar New Year along the roadside of the Chinatown in Singapore on Jan.
The Pig stands for honesty, integrity and responsibility and is known for fair play and not putting on airs. His goal is to keep the peace and to seek harmony and contentment for all mankind.
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He has no favourites or prejudices, only truth. He will fix the problem and move forward without judging those he has battled with in order to combat wrong doings, inequality and discrimination. The Pig is jovial and expresses intellectual wit that encourages his popularity. Everyone wants to stand close to the Pig and share his space, success and riches as he also loves to entertain and host those who want to contribute to and share his glory.
He has manners, class and will always be upfront. He says what he thinks, and he does what he says.
There are no ulterior motives lurking behind his words. He listens and observes and offers sound suggestions and solid solutions. He is the one you want standing by your side, fighting for your rights and on your team from beginning to end. Just remember as we head in to the Year of the Pig that he alone cannot alter the acrimony the world faces on his own. He will call out for help, unity and truth to put an end to one-way street mentality that prevails.
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The Pig stands for justice and expects everyone who joins his circle to step up and be fair. ARIES March April 19 : Uncertainty and hesitation should not define your year, or you will miss out on the opportunities that prevail. Gravitate toward positive people and projects and be open and receptive to try something new.
Doors will open but be prepared to give your all and to live up to your promises. How you dealt with past challenges will determine how well you fair as stability, opportunity and success head into your sphere. Harnessing your attributes and making them work for you will be the key. Look inward, choose your prime purpose and distance yourself from meddlers. The real issue is control, which you think you need to have over situations.
In reality, the only control you have is over yourself. Encourage more conversation. Tonight: Have a quiet chat with a loved one. Take your time, and refuse to get overly serious about any matter.
Reining yourself in a bit might be wise, as you seem to go to extremes. You will find that you can realize a long-term wish, though at times you feel that it's impossible. Tonight: Know when to change topics. You flourish with additional creativity and a sense of fun and adventure. You have many good ideas that someone might be trying to tease out of you. Your imagination becomes a source of wilder notions and concepts. Enjoy the discussions that ensue.
Tonight: Ever playful. You value friendship. Sometimes you do not share your thoughts, because you do not want to disrupt the present moment or mood.
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You might want to discuss an important purchase for your home with a friend or loved one. Listen to the feedback. Tonight: Put up your feet. You could have a very good idea; however, a lot seems to be happening quite quickly around you. Turning an imaginative thought into reality could be challenging, even for you. A friend has a lot to share. Listen, and you might feel more grounded. Tonight: Out and about. Copyright owned or licensed by Toronto Star Newspapers Limited.
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