February TWENTY-EIGHT (10c) the Day of ZEST:
The Jack of Clubs Club
"Satisfaction of one's curiosity is one of the greatest sources of happiness in life." - Linus Pauling
Those born on February 28 have a tremendous zest for life, which they communicate to everyone who meets them. These positive, energetic individuals are able to brighten up most occasions with their vibrant personality. Yet, on the other hand, they have a propensity for heading off in entirely the wrong direction, full steam ahead. To make them aware of this is almost impossible when they are caught up in their own enthusiasm. They can be at once assured and positive, dynamic, effective or destructive, depending on the circumstances. Obviously, those born on this day would do well to sit down and contemplate their direction in life, get to know themselves better, and to be deliberate and purposeful in their actions.
STRENGTHS: Vibrant, Alive, Emotionally Complex
WEAKNESSES: Over-Enthusiastic, Excessive, Thoughtless
ADVICE: Cultivate your contemplative side and confront the important questions of your existence. Don't get carried away with thrills and sensation. That which makes you feel alive must adapt to the aging process.
BORN ON THIS DAY: Bugsy Segal, Christopher Craft, Mario Andretti, Linus Pauling, Vincent Minnelli, Michel de Montaigne, Tommy Tune, Bernadette Peters, Zero Mostel, Frank Gehry, Charles Blondin, Geraldine Farrar; Source: The Secret Language of Birthdays Gary Goldschneider & Joost Elffers.
MEDITATION: The object off one's enthusiasm is at least as important as the enthusiasm itself.
Clubs - Mind - Communication – Intelligence
10 of Clubs - Mental Illumination
TEN of Clubs: The TEACHER Card: The Ten of Clubs have come full circle in their quest for knowledge. They have a powerful mind and a consuming desire for more knowledge as well. In this life they must learn to regain the control over their mind which has developed somewhat of a life of its own. The best path back to self-mastery is to direct the mind into right motives and higher principles. Their Three of Hearts in Mars makes for emotional restlessness, which can be a strain on relationships. The strong desire for spiritual wisdom and study of spiritual philosophies will bring contact with many uplifting groups and will increase enjoyment of life. The Ten of Clubs have good luck in work and labor relations and could do very well in the real estate business. Their Three of Diamonds Pluto Card signifies that in this life they will be doing much experimenting as they work towards finding out what really satisfies them. They often spend a lot of time deciding what is their life's work. Once they decide, they can rise to the heights. Choosing things that allow for freedom and travel gives them the best results.
TEN of Clubs BIRTHDAYS: January 30 (Aquarius), February 28 (Pisces), March 26 (Aries), April 24 (Taurus), May 22 (Taurus/Gemini), June 20 (Gemini), July 18 (Cancer), August 16 (Leo), September 14 (Virgo), October 12 (Libra), November 10 (Scorpio), December 8 (Sagittarius);
FAMOUS TEN of Clubs: Dick Cheney, Vanessa Redgrave, Gene Hackman, Leonard Nimoy, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Bernadette Peters, Mario Andretti, Keira Knightley, Steven Tyler, Barbara Streisand, Shirley MacLaine, Naomi Campbell, Sir Laurence Olivier, Nicole Kidman, Errol Flynn, Van Diesel, Hunter S. Thompson, Steve Carell, Madonna, Kim Basinger, Hugh Jackman, Luciano Pavarotti, Richard Burton, Roy Scheider, Mary Queen of Scots. Source: Robert Camp's Love Cards.
TEN of Clubs (Wands) in Tarot
TEN of Clubs: The greatest success for the 10 of Clubs lies within the mental realm. This is also considered the Moon Card; known to astrologers as the emotional mind. Mental strength, assuredness, and will power are the trademarks of those born under this high card, as well as blind ego, and cunning. Ten of Clubs people are often suspicious of others, and demand loyalty from friends and family. They are known as task-masters within the family, and feel they are deserving of that title. They are afraid of being judged, and are insecure on a very deep level. All 10 of Clubs like to work, and for those instilled with a good sense of values early in life, success is theirs for the taking.
PISCES I The Week of SPIRIT - February 23-March 2: Those born on the Week of the Spirit value the non-material side of life. It's not that they lack either respect for money-making and business or abilities in these fields. It is simply that, whether engaged in the arts or in finance, in religion or in administration, PISCES I's generally approach their work devotionally, elevating it to an idealistic plane. Nor are they without strong physical drives, or a love of the pleasures of the table and the bed. A blend of a spiritual and a sensual approach is at the heart of their personalities. Many PISCES I's do not see spirituality as denoting an ascetic approach that would ask them to cut their bonds with the everyday world. On the contrary, since those born in this week seek the spirit in everything around them, they rarely feel the need to reject worldly considerations.
Strengths: Spiritual - Sensual - Transparent;
Weaknesses: Emotional - Irresponsible - Catastrophic
Pisces I NOTABLES: Elizabeth Taylor, Linus Pauling, Enrico Caruso, Frank Gehry, George Harrison, Mikhail Gorbachev, Steve Jobs. Source: The Secret Language of Relationships Gary Goldschneider & Joost Elffers.
January 30 (Aquarius), February 28 (Pisces), March 26 (Aries), April 24 (Taurus), May 22 (Taurus/Gemini), June 20 (Gemini), July 18 (Cancer), August 16 (Leo), September 14 (Virgo), October 12 (Libra), November 10 (Scorpio), December 8 (Sagittarius)
The February 28 TEN of Clubs "Mental Accomplishment" aka "The Teacher Card" partners with their Ego card the FIVE of Clubs "The Quest for Truth" to boldly go where no one has been before. Their two Spade karma cards, the -karma JACK of Spades "The Actor Card" pushes them on the world stage with self-confidence with the Day of ZEST enthusiasm, to share their 'I think therefore I am' ideas. Their +karma FOUR of Spades "Satisfaction in Work Card" aka "The Rock-Solid Card"
Bugsy Segal, one of the first front-page celebrity gangsters, managed his Murder Inc., Jewish Mob organization better than the best Harvard MBA, Linus Pauling, February 28, 1901, was rated the 16th most important scientist in history.
Michel de Montaigne, February 28, 1533, popularized the essay, as a literary genre. In his essays, he developed and explained his observations and ideas on thought, motivation, fear, happiness, child education, experience, and human action. Montaigne’s ideas have influenced psychology and are a part of psychology’s rich history. Frank Gehry's architectural style has earned him the Frank Lloyd Wright of the 21st century title,
I'm going with Charles Blondin, as the quintessential February 28 TEN of Clubs the Acrobat Actor Mind Over Matter Satisfaction in Work Faith Teacher. The Bible-Thumper Community has made Blondin's escapades into an allegory and have produced the best video.
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