April THIRTIETH (4c) the Day of DUTIFUL OVERLOAD:
The Jack of Clubs Club
"I don't want to sound like a sore loser, but when it's over, if I'm dead, kill him." - Butch Cassidy
April THIRTIETH (4c) the Day of DUTIFUL OVERLOAD: April 30 people are dominating personalities, but often have a desire to give up positions of responsibility and retire to a life of gracious ease. In discharging their professional responsibilities, they live by the book, not easily granting exceptions or specializing in shows of human understanding, unless it lies in the general interest to do so. Though they make exacting bosses and managers, they are good enough to hold themselves to the same standards.
STRENGTHS: Protective, Professional, Resolute
WEAKNESSES: Demanding, Immoderate, Self-Indulgent
ADVICE:Try to listen as much as possible to your inner voice; ask for higher guidance before making decisions. Consider the advice of your colleagues and friends. Cultivate tolerance. Keep a handle on your desires and be more self-aware.
BORN ON THIS DAY: Garry Kasparov, Butch Cassidy, Thomas Jefferson, Samuel Beckett, Stephen Harper, Cloris Leachman, Don Adams; Source: The Secret Language of Birthdays Gary Goldschneider & Joost Elffers.
MEDITATION: Ego massage is a pleasant pastime, but hardly the most rewarding.
Clubs - Mind - Communication – Intelligence
4 of Clubs - Concentrated Mental Work
Known as "the debaters’” card, Four of Clubs people have intense, ever-active minds. Mind you, a good education is key for those born under this card. Otherwise, they run the risk of "talking much, but saying little”! Four of Clubs have an issue with fear when it comes to money, and they are known to drive a hard bargain. Work is healing for them, especially when it involves large, male dominated organizations, and their health is never much of a problem. The 4 of Clubs likes to look good. They have unique and unusual emotional interests, often attracting dubious or manipulative people into their lives. Emotionally they are quite insensitive. However, they have a natural ease about them when involved with large groups of people, and they make for great travelling companions! http://www.metasymbology.com/
TAURUS I - The Week of MANIFESTATION April 25-May 2: Taurus I's are hard headed pragmatists and those born in the Week of Manifestation are among the most dominant individuals of the year. When seized by an idea or plan, they will not let it rest until it is implemented. Rarely will this idea be one that has not already been proven, or does not show great promise; Taurus I's are convinced of most of their enterprises' success from the start.
Advice: Beware of taking on too much responsibility. Consciously work on changing yourself periodically. Beware of procrastinating in the name of prudence or good sense. Open up your horizons by exposing yourself to different disciplines and points of view.
TAURUS I NOTABLES: Oskar Schindler, Al Pacino, Duke Ellington, Michelle Pfeiffer, Ella Fitzgerald, Andre Agassi, Joseph Heller, Bianca Jaggar, Saddam Hussein, Duke of Wellington, Ulysses S. Grant, I.M. Pei, Emperor Hirohito, James Monroe, Kate Smith, Ann-Margret. Source: The Secret Language of Relationships Gary Goldschneider & Joost Elffers.
April 30 (Taurus I), May 28 (Gemini I), June 26 (Cancer I), July 24 (Cancer-Leo Cusp), August 22 or (Leo-Virgo Cusp), September 20 (Virgo-Libra Cusp), October 18 (Libra III), November 16 (Scorpio III), December 14 (Sagittarius)
Spades - Wisdom - Labor – Acceptance
Jack of Spades - A Neophyte in WisdomKarma for the Jack of Spades - Right Choice of Objectives
Most Famous JACK of Spades
April THIRTIETH the Day of DUTIFUL OVERLOAD: sets themselves apart from the other 4 of Clubs personalities, with their JACK of Spades "The Actor Card" Ego their Who They Think They Are persona, as in, "I think therefore I am."
April 30 FOUR of Clubs personality styleStephen Harper, 22nd Canadian PM from February 6, 2006, to November 4, 2015, epitomizes this blend of FOUR of Clubs "the debater" and JACK of Spades"the actor."