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Monday, January 16, 2006

The Animal That Hides In Your Heart

RAT

Rat was the first animal in the Chinese zodiac cycle. It is usually considered aggressive, ambitious, suspicious, power-hungry, honest, generous, quick to anger and prone to spend freely. Those born under the sign of Rat are imaginative, charming, and truly generous to the one they love. However, they have a tendency to be hot-tempered and overly critical. They are usually suitable for sales work or work as a writer, critic, or publicist. Rats will get well along with Dragons and Monkeys, however should avoid Horses.

OX

Ox is a symbol of powerful individuals with unyielding and stubborn personalities. Those born under the sign are natural born leaders who typically succeed when given the chance and will also make outstanding parents. They are upright, inspiring, easy-going and conservative. The Ox would be successful as a skilled surgeon, general, or hairdresser. Ox gets along with Snakes and Roosters but not sheep.

TIGER

As the fighting animal, those born under tiger's sign are sensitive, aggressive, unpredictable, charming, emotional, courageous and capable of great love. Often risking themselves, they have a carefree life. Tigers usually will be outstanding as a boss, explorer, race car driver, or matador. A happy marriage can take place with a Horse or a Dog but never a Monkey.

RABBIT

Those born under this sign are affectionate, talented, obliging, always pleasant, valuing security and tranquility. They have a tendency to get too sentimental and superficial and to avoid conflict and emotional involvement. Being cautious and conservative, they usually take no risk and are successful in business. They would also make a good lawyer, diplomat, or actor. Their best life partners are Sheep or Pigs instead of Roosters.

DRAGON

Those born under the sign are considered intelligent, gifted, bossy, loud, garish, and unfaithful, but also popular and successful, full of vitality and enthusiasm. They usually look stubborn on the outside, but softhearted inside. They are born to be an artist, priest, politician, or leader. A dragon will be compatible with a Snake or Rooster. However, a sheep will not be a good choice.

SNAKE

Those born under this sign are usually considered clever, passionate, determined, romantic, intense, rich in wisdom and charm, but vain. Women born under Snake are often beautiful. Snakes will be strongly guided by their intuition. They certainly will win a lot of money, but have to avoid procrastination and stingy attitude towards money. The Snake would be most content as a teacher, philosopher, writer, psychiatrist, or fortune teller. Marriage with a Rooster or Ox not a Pig will be best.

HORSE

They are hardworking, intelligent and friendly, cheerful and popular, but impatient. Usually they consider themselves superior to others. They have a strong streak of selfishness and sharp cunning and should guard against being egotistical. Adventurer, scientist, poet, or politician will be suitable occupations for them. Horses get well along with Tigers and Dogs instead of Rats.

SHEEP

The sign suggests a person who is creative, artistic, passionate, elegant, warmhearted, honest, charming but pessimistic, timid, disorganized and vulnerable. Too dependent on material comforts, they are easy to complain and do not respond well to pressure, but will find their own natural solution to a problem when given space. Best occupation for a Sheep is an actor or a gardener. They are compatible with Rabbits or Pigs in marriage, but not Ox.

MONKEY

Monkeys are intelligent, inventive, clever, entertaining but also dangerous and easily discouraged. Because of their extraordinary nature and magnetic personality, they are always well liked and make close friends. However, they can't be trusted. They should guard against being an opportunist and distrusting other people. The sign suggests success in any field they try. The best matches are Dragons or Rats while the worst are Tigers.

ROOSTER

Roosters are courageous, hardworking, shrewd, arrogant, reckless, selfish and eccentric. They are thirsty for knowledge, devoted to work and definite involved in decision-making. They are skilled at what they do and attentive to details. However, they tend to seem boastful to others. Roosters will be happy as a restaurant owner, publicist, soldier or world traveler. The sign promises harmony with Snakes and Ox and trouble with Rabbits.

DOG

Those born under this sign are honest, quiet, intelligent, generous, stubborn, loyal and faithful to those they love. They are introverted listeners, dedicated but also cynical and prone to letting their external anxieties get the better of them. Constant worry, a sharp tongue, and a tendency to be a faultfinder will always plague them. However, they are born to be successful. Dogs will be excellent businessmen, activists, teachers, or secret agents. Tigers and Horses are deemed as best matches, and Dragons need to be handled with care.

PIG

Pigs are honest, reliable, sincere, tolerant, shy, affectionate, kind, impulsive and short tempered. They are splendid companions, intellectuals with a very strong need to set difficult goals and carry them out. In addition they are extraordinarily naive. Their unquenchable thirst for knowledge will facilitate their success whereas their quest for material comfort will frustrate it. Pigs also will sacrifice their lives for good causes. The Pig will be successful in financial affairs, or as an entertainer, or possibly a lawyer. Pigs should be aware of other Pigs and compatible with Sheep and Rabbits.

See Find Your Chinese Zodiac Animal below.

7 Comments:

  • i'm a dragon...but i don't think all of it sounds like me. guess if it described me exactly, i would be pretty worried!

    By Anonymous nikki, at January 16, 2006 8:58 PM  

  • Ah, while you do not seem garish, you most certainly have the artistic talent of the Dragon within your heart.

    By Blogger BonnieBlueFlag, at January 16, 2006 11:41 PM  

  • I am a rat married to a dragon. I knew I felt petite!

    Connie

    By Blogger Connie and Rob, at January 17, 2006 12:07 AM  

  • Connie,
    According to the Zodiac, a Rat and a Dragon is a very good match. Congratulations on having the perfect marriage.

    By Blogger BonnieBlueFlag, at January 17, 2006 12:39 AM  

  • “Sensitive, aggressive, unpredictable, charming, emotional, courageous and capable of great love.”

    (Yep that's me!)

    “A happy marriage can take place with a Horse or a Dog but never a Monkey,” (or a rat…just ask my ex-wife!)

    “Tigers usually will be outstanding as a boss, explorer, race car driver , or matador.”

    (Hey the Daytona 500 is on February 19th , do you suppose I have enough time to drive down there and still win the race?)

    Loved the story Bonnie, so happy to see your back to writing them for all of us to enjoy!

    By Blogger TJ Willms, at January 17, 2006 3:13 AM  

  • Hi TJ!

    A "Tiger" in a race car sounds very hot!! I'm thinking about becoming a secret agent.

    "Tiger J" don't be discouraged, I'm sure there is a lovely "Dog" or "Horse" out there waiting to meet you.

    So good to see you again.

    By Blogger BonnieBlueFlag, at January 17, 2006 8:45 AM  

  • Bonnie Blue,
    I love this post!

    I was born in the year of the Dragon. Not everything there applies to me, but the following certainly does: stubborn on the outside, but softhearted inside

    By Blogger Always On Watch, at January 17, 2006 8:12 PM  

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