October 21, 2018: If shopping, avoid getting obsessed about an item. Travel, activities with children, dating, and creative work are all positively accented today. Pay attention and give wise counsel to your children tonight. This is a rather low-key day for a celebration, but what the heck!?
(Ratings,1-5)> Love/Fun = 2 Career/Money = 3 Luck/Health = 5.
"Don't sacrifice your life to work and ideals. The most important things in life are human relations. I found that out too late."-K.Prichard
How happy do you want to become...
I believe that your only fated destiny is to make the most of your life. My counsel is not some pie-in-the-sky,
visionary abstraction or fatalistic predictions. I help my clients create wonderful, productive lives and I offer you that
same help and advice.
To ask me directly how I can help you enjoy more love, romance and magic in your relationships, and prosperity in your business
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October 20, 2018: Teamwork between partners is excellent today. Enjoy an evening out with good friends. You can expect a stimulating exchange of ideas. Investments in art and property can be profitable, if you benefit from a generous offer. Inner reserves of strength help you roll with the punches.
(Ratings,1-5)> Love/Fun = 2 Career/Money = 4 Luck/Health = 4.
"Never tell your mom that her diet's not working."-teenage boy
Taurus THE BULL
|April 21 - May 21
Ruling Planet: Venus
Personality Traits: Patient, Reliable, Stable, Trustworthy, Affectionate
General Compatibility: Taurus, Cancer, Scorpio, Pisces, Virgo, Capricorn
Color: Warm Red, Orange
Gemstones: Carnelian, Fire Opal, Amber, Topaz
Foods: Pork, Bacon, Celery, Carrots, Cantaloupe, Peaches
Challenged to be: Industrious, a leader, spartan, fast and open-minded
Spiritual Path: To understand life with detachment and cultural perspective
Look who shares your birth sign:
Robert Anderson, Sigmund Freud , Shirley MacLaine, James Mason, Golda Meir, Vladimir Nabokov, Willie Nelson, Jack Nicholson, Katharine Hepburn,
Florence Nightingale, Ryan O'Neal, Al Pacino, Pope John Paul II, Eva Peron, Michelle Pfeiffer, Tyrone Power, Anthony Quinn,
William Shakespeare, James Stewart, Barbara Streisand, Rudolph Valentino, Leonardo da Vinci and Orson Welles.