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Tuesday, August 10, 2010

I'm a horse!

I don't like to believe things without considering them and western zodiac seems to be highly inaccurate. Though Chinese Zodiac seems to be true. I'm glad to be a horse and I'll tell you which traits of horse I think I have.

The Horse loves exercise, both mental and physical. You can Spot him by his rapid but graceful body movements, his animated reflexes and fast away of speaking. He responds quickly and can make snap decisions. His mind works at remarkable speed and whatever he may lack in stability and perseverance, he will certainly make up for by being open-minded and flexible. Basically, he is a nonconformist.
Nonconformist.....yes! The first line of this post indicates that.

 The Horse's inconsistency stems from his varying moods. He senses nuances that may go unnoticed by everyone else and he modifies his assessments accordingly. In other words, he goes by the feel of things. Don't ask him to explain his hunches and uncanny deductions. He can't. His is the amazing ability to improvise while the game is in progress. Frequently, he will be playing several games at the same time and be more than able to hold his own. Once he makes his swift decision, he does not hesitate on his course of action. You find him either dashing about doing 101 things or flat on his back from sheer exhaustion. More often than most signs, the Horse finds it difficult to unwind and may suffer from insomnia.
All of the above is true. I've suffered from insomnia in the past and I'm moody as well. Sometimes I figure something out but no one knows how, not even me. Sometimes I'm asked to explain and I try, sometimes I'm able to explain and at other times, not exactly. A few times, I've also "guessed" that someone particular has arrived, without seeing. I still have no idea how I got to know it. Like, when I've figured out something about a person, if I think long and hard about it, I'm usually able to tell what they said which made me feel so. But knowing someone has arrived seems like a complete guess.
She will love crispness, greenness and outdoor sights and sounds. She refreshes herself in a thousand ways. The ocean's roar, the rustle of the trees, the magic of the woods, the majesty of the mountains, will all call to her sense of adventure. When she takes off, she isn't being unfaithful or unreliable. It's just her nature to respond to such exciting stimuli. If you love her and want to keep her, don't fence her in.
Yeah, I love the nature....the sun, the water, the greens. At my place, the best time to go to the terrace and look at the sky is when the sun has just set. A few different colours can be seen exactly where the sun has set, pink, light blue, dark blue clouds, sometimes bits of yellow...yellow and blue give an illusion of green. When the sun shines right after it has rained, the drops on the trees look exotic. Splashing my eyes with water, keeping cotton dipped in cold milk on my eyes, bathing, getting wet in the rain are all great ways to de-stress.

Horses are generally healthy unless they are trapped in. You can't imagine how bad a horse can get if he/she stays in. They are always ready to go out and they can refuse to go out because they are defying and disobedient but they better stay outside. If they are refusing to go out for long, it means something is wrong or they are just being stubborn. If you live with a horse, never trap them in and if you are a horse, flee away from the one who is trapping you in! Being a horse is good, they are normally good for themselves and others but they can be rebellious. Horse type people are proud yet sweet-natured, arrogant yet oddly modest in their approach to love, envious but tolerant, conceited yet humble. They want to belong, yet they are burdened by their need for independence. They need love and crave intimacy yet often feel cornered, pressured. The downsides of being a horse are being moody and hot-tempered.
"Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness"
Regarding money, "You can't take it with you"
“I Control”

Good traits: Cheerful, popular, quick-witted, changeable, earthy, perceptive, talkative, agile—mentally and physically, magnetic, intelligent, astute, flexible, open-minded, vivacious, energetic

Bad traits: fickle, arrogant, childish, anxious, rude, gullible, stubborn, impetuous, brash

P.S. You can read about the horse personality in chinese zodiac on other websites, some of them are original, some have been spiced up by people. I've read on them and written about which of them apply to me. Text in orange has been taken from TheHolidaySpot.com, that in aqua taken from Wikipedia, the green text being taken from GoToHoroscope.com, dull red text taken from USbridalGuide.com

Asian Oriental Chinese Zodiac T-Shirt Year of the Horse: Born 1918 1930 1942 1954 1966 1978 1990 2002 2014:

T-shirt: Year of the Horse Personal Characteristics Silk Screened on the Back as follows: HORSE: 1918 1930 1942 1954 1966 1978 1990 2002 2014 A free spirit, Horse people cherish their independence. Always on the move, and hard to slow them down. Given the power of persuasion, they can obtain whatever they desire. They need constant stimulation to appease their wild soul. Compatible with the Ox, Tiger, Dragon, Ram, Rooster and Dog.

Please note the Chinese New Year doesn't start on Jan 1. I was born on 20th Jan, 1991 and I'm still a horse. When the Chinese New Year starts, it's usually the start of February in Western Calendar. Check on Wikipedia.

Year of the Horse, Chinese Zodiac Pewter Pendant on Adjustable Cord Necklace>>>

If you love being a horse, show it with the horse stamp:
Chinese Art & Collectibles / Chinese Seal Carving / Chinese Seal Stamp: Chinese Zodiac Symbol - Horse:
Chinese Seal Stamp: Chinese Zodiac Symbol - Horse: The Chinese Zodiac is a twelve-year cycle with each year represented by an animal. Chinese believes people born in a certain year take on the virtues of the corresponding animal. Each Chinese zodiac seal/stamp is professionally designed and hand carved with your animal on the bottom of the stone. You may dip the stone in a dish of special red ink and stamp your chinese zodiac symbol on greeting cards, letters, books, etc. Perfect as gifts too. Base Dimension: approx. 1 1/8" x 1 1/8" Height: approx. 2" Artist: Gu Xin (all 12 zodiac symbols are designed and carved by Mr. Gu Xin)


Anonymous said...

nice way to credit the original sources :)

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