March TWENTY-NINTH (7c) the Day of the OBSERVER:
Those born on March 29 tend to study life's action carefully and minutely before acting. They may be quirky and even slippery customers, who are difficult to catch. Once, however, they realize that someone is dead serious about an involvement with them, they will begin to take that person seriously as well. March 29 people are not ones to let others down, in a home situation they will hold up their end with the best of them.
STRENGTHS: Idealistic, Ironic, Loyal
WEAKNESSES: Opinionated, Unambitious, Aloof
ADVICE: Don't impose your belief system on others; not everyone agrees with you. Beware of arousing antagonism. Push yourself toward achievement. Work on those oddities of character that hold you back - don't just revel in them.
BORN ON THIS DAY: John Tyler (US president, annexed Texas), Bill Vukovich, John Major, Eugene J. McCarthy, Walt Frazier, Sam Walton, Pearl Bailey, Elle Macpherson, Earl Campbell, Billy Carter, Denny McLain; Source: The Secret Language of Birthdays Gary Goldschneider & Joost Elffers.
MEDITATION: My responsibility for the world begins and ends with myself.
Clubs - Mind - Communication – Intelligence
7 of Clubs - Inspired Knowledge
Karma for the 7 of Clubs – Agnostic
FAMOUS SEVEN of Clubs William Jefferson "Bill" Clinton is an American politician who served as the 42nd President of the United States from 1993 to 2001. August 19, 1946 (age 68), Hope, Arkansas.
Your Karma Cards are the: Eight of Diamonds - You owe something to this person and they reflect you in some way. Jack of Spades - This person owes you and you are their mirror in some way.
SEVEN of Clubs BIRTHDAYS: March 29 (Aries I), April 27 (Taurus), May 25 (Gemini), June 23 (Cancer), July 21 (Cancer/Leo), August 19 (Leo), September 17 (Virgo), October 15 (Libra), November 13 (Scorpio), December 11 (Sagittarius);
SEVEN of Clubs: All 7 of Clubs want proof before they are willing to extend their beliefs in anything. When this is not forthcoming, they are quick to lose interest and find a new buffet on which to feast. There is often scandal and back biting connected with this card. Trouble in their work usually comes through labor disputes or unreliable employees. The result causes stress related health issues. 7 of Clubs people can always make money (their chief worry in life!), but it's only when they are able to fully employ the use of their fine minds that they find peace in this lifetime. Some people call this the card of the genius - but they must learn to stay away from frivolous associates, psychic experiments, gambling, and drink. Most do, but their natural inclination toward get-rich-quick schemes always seems to set them back. Those Seven of Clubs who are "right side up" are those who have been able to provide themselves with a fine educational foundation. They have learned to develop their intuition and have crowned their lives with achievement and success. http://www.metasymbology.com/
ARIES I - The Week of the CHILD March 25-April 2: Because Aries I's show the frank and open demeanor of the child, they are sometimes accused of having a naïve or superficial view of life. But the so called naivete that they project is only one manifestation of the awe and wonder they experience in response to the world around them, which they are constantly rediscovering. An intense need to express wonder, and to share their observations with others, is also characteristic. Like children, they not only exhibit spontaneity and liveliness themselves but also appreciate these qualities in others. In fact, many may not understand how deep their need for direct expression really is.
Strengths: Frank, Spontaneous, Dynamic
Weaknesses: Naïve, Transgressive, Overidealistic
ADVICE: Cultivate your quite side, yet do not neglect your aggressive urges or let them get bottled inside. When you feel frustrated, try to understand the problem and then take the initiative. Acknowledge your need for affection and support. Do not hesitate to ask for help when you need it.
ARIES I NOTABLES: Al Gore, Gloria Swanson, Leonard Nimoy, Aretha Franklin, Eugene McCarthy, Diana Ross, Eric Clapton, Vincent van Gogh, Tennesse Williams, Warren Beatty, Casanova, Hans Christian Andersen, Cesar Chavez, Joseph Campbell, Arturo Toscanini, Rene Descartes; Source: The Secret Language of Relationships Gary Goldschneider & Joost Elffers.