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Saturday, September 25, 2010

 

Those born on September 25th

     Those born on September 25th lie in a curious relationship with their society. On the one hand they are dependent on it for sustenance, and ultimately their success. On the other hand they are often openly critical of it and capable or ironically exposing its faults. In doing so they may actually show how the social fabric around them can be improved thus their apparent negativity or probing evaluations can lead to positive results.

     Oddly enough, outside of their local sphere, those born on this day may be seen as living symbols of the area from which they come, so closely are identified with it in the minds of others. Yet no one will be more keenly aware and critical of their neighborhood, town, city, state or country than they. Their relations, then, with the home place is interestingly symbiotic, a kind of sharing that can be at once advantageous and disadvantageous for both parties.

     September 25th people are imaginative but at the same time very precise and exacting. Perfectionists, they generally go over their work repeatedly in order to catch mistakes and shore up weaknesses. The demands they make on others are no different from what they ask of themselves. Interestingly enough, although they so often indulge in criticism of their social group they do not react well to the criticism of that group my outsiders; in fact they can become defensive at times.

     Those born on the 25th day of the month is ruled by the number 7 (2+5=7) and enjoy change and travel but they generally prefer staying closer to home.

Advice: Your tendency to be share or critical get you in trouble. Remember that words can hurt worse than blows. Try to be open about what you are feeling. Don’t count yourself off from life.

Strengths: Hard working, goal oriented and determined.

Weaknesses: Closed, insensitive and unforgiving

Born on This Day: William Faulkner, Michael Douglas, Luke Skywalker and Bob McAdoo

Famous Inventions:  1959 The song "Do-Re-Mi" from the "Sound of Music" by Rodger and Hammerstein was registered.
1956 The first transatlantic telephone cable went into operation.

This Day in History: Sep 25, 1957 Central High School integrated

Under escort from the U.S. Army's 101st Airborne Division, nine black students enter all-white Central High School in Little Rock, Arkansas. Three weeks earlier, Arkansas Governor Orval Faubus had surrounded the school with National Guard troops to prevent its federal court-ordered racial integration. After a tense standoff, President Dwight D. Eisenhower federalized the Arkansas National Guard and sent 1,000 army paratroopers to Little Rock to enforce the court order.


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