May FIRST (5s) the Day of IRONIC INSIGHT:
The Jack of Clubs Club
Those born on May 1 have a talent for watching what goes on around them and communicating their ideas on what they see to others. Their capacity to express these observations, which most frequently deal with people, is generally either verbal or written, but rarely both. Not overly talkative, May 1 people have a way of making their words count. Because their statements are pointed, concise, and sometimes contentious, those born on this day leave little doubt as to how they feel on a particular issue Not only are May 1 people forthright, but they also show an active interest in the events of the world around them. Even the shyest take a stand within the family, business or social group of which they are a member. Those born on this day are not everyone's cup of tea, nor do they particularly seek to please others. They are, however, respected for their honesty and though outspoken on issues of importance to them are nonetheless Venusian in their love of harmony and beauty. Therefore, they do not go out of their way to pick quarrels and demonstrate the capacity to avoid confrontations for the sake of peace and quiet.
STRENGTHS: Calm, Realistic, Ironic
WEAKNESSES: Procrastinating, Lethargic, Blunt
ADVICE: In love, try to be more realistic. In your lifestyle attempt to look ahead; once you have made your plans, don't forget to act on them. Take that necessary risk now and then in order to step up in life.
BORN ON THIS DAY: Joseph Heller, Calamity Jane, Judy Collins, Jack Paar, Glenn Ford, Rita Coolidge, Kate Smith; Source: The Secret Language of Birthdays Gary Goldschneider & Joost Elffers.
MEDITATION: In comfortable shoes you forget that you have feet.
Spades - Wisdom - Labor – Acceptance
5 of Spades - Labor of Love
Your Karma Cards are the: TEN of Hearts - You owe something to this person and they reflect you in some way. FOUR of Diamonds - This person owes you and you are their mirror in some way.
FIVE of Spades Charles John Huffam Dickens was an English writer and social critic. He created some of the world's most well-known fictional characters and is generally regarded as the greatest novelist of the Victorian period. February 7, 1812, Landport, UK.
FIVE of Spades BIRTHDAYS: January 9 - Capricorn, February 7 - Aquarius, March 5 - Pisces, April 3 - Aries, May 1 - Taurus
FIVE of Spades: The restlessness inherent in all Five's assumes a different quality in the 5 of Spades. These natives seek change to expand their social circles and improve the lives of those they love. Five of Spades tend to wear their hearts on their sleeve. They are known to love deeply and passionately. Unfortunately, and in spite of their desire for long lasting love, they are prone to disappointments and frustrations in their relationships with both women and men. Willing to make sacrifices for the well-being of others, no service is too arduous for them. They enjoy helping other people, and just wish they could do more. Those born under the influence of this card have great inner strength at their disposal. And it's a good thing too - as with their difficult life pattern, they actually really need it! This is a traveler's card and travel is often required in the interests of health or business. These people are usually obliged to keep busy and they hate routine and limitation. 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, Saddam Hussein, Duke Ellington, Michelle Pfeiffer, Al Pacino, Ella Fitzgerald, Andre Agassi, Joseph Heller, Bianca Jaggar, 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.
May FIRST the Day of IRONIC INSIGHT: chose the NINE of Clubs "Giver of Universal Knowledge" and the sexiest card in the deck, as their Ego, their Who They Think They Are persona as in "I think therefore I am." Joseph Heller, combines his Ego insights into Universal Knowledge with his core Self the Wanderer to write the most famous book of irony, "Catch 22."
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