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Wednesday, September 8, 2010

 

Those born on September 8th

THE DAY OF THE PUZZLING PURIST

     Those born on the 8th of September are by no means easy to figure out. In their own minds they are interested in cleaning up shop, straightening things out and generally improving the lot of their family, social or national group. Yet if and when they go off on the wrong track, they are likely to maintain the absolute belief that they are acting reasonably or responsibly. Whether their efforts turn out well or badly in the end, there is no denying that September 8th people impact greatly on their environment.

   Most September 8th people see the world in terms of black and white, and as such highly subjected to the forces of good and evil. Their chosen role is often as protector of the faith against the enemies of the family, state, party or church.

     September 8th people generally like to be at the very head whether public or private. Politics in particular may hold an attraction for them, and even if they do not take an active leadership role socially, they usually have a marked interest in the crucial issues of their times. Those born on this day are not easy to get along with per se. They do not, however, depend on the opinions of others but firmly hold their own course, knowing in their hearts that they do what is best for all.

     Those born on the 8th of the month are ruled by the number 8. Those ruled by the number 8 generally build their lives and careers slowly and carefully. 

Advice: Your ideas are not always easy for others to accept. Don’t push them too hard, let others breathe a bit. Strive to be yourself. Beware of a tendency to be bossy or insensitive.

Strengths: Serious, dynamic and performative

Weaknesses: Unyielding, authoritarian, and misdirected.

Those Born On This Day: Richard I, Sam Nunn, Sid Caesar, and Lyndon H. La Rouche, Jr.

This Day in History: Sep 8, 1974:   Ford pardons Nixon

In a controversial executive action, President Gerald Ford pardons his disgraced predecessor Richard Nixon for any crimes he may have committed or participated in while in office. Ford later defended this action before the House Judiciary Committee, explaining that he wanted to end the national divisions created by the Watergate scandal.

Famous Inventions:  1868 William Hinds patented a candlestick.
1994 Microsoft gave Windows 95 its new name; previously, the operating system had been referred to by its code name of "Chicago".

MEDITATION

I heard someone say, “Most of life is a gray area.''

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