We are entering the Chinese Year of the Horse.
A lively and high-spirited year for all. Life will be hectic and punctuated with adventures. People will find themselves reckless, romantic and carefree. A definite time for advancement. We will find it quite agreeable to keep in step with the delightful Horse.
This will be a time when decisions and projects will be incorporated at high speed and with efficiency. Action will be the key word. Everything is on the go and we should take care not to drive ourselves to hard. It will be a rewarding but exhausting year.
Exhilarating yet frustrating at times, this year’s pace will tax our reserve energies and leave us feeling depleted. It is a good time for letting off steam and doing all the whimsical things you ever dreamed about. Listen to your senses. The wind may be changing constantly, but once you have picked up the scent, follow your intuitions.
Planning and procrastination will be shoved aside. The impulsive influence of the Horse, coupled with his self-confidence, will dictate our actions and emotions. Industry, production and the world’s economy will be on the upswing. Tempers, too, may be a bit frayed in areas of diplomacy and politics. But good humour will prevail.
Brace yourselves, the volatile Horse will quicken our pulses and bring tension and stress into our everyday lives. The Horse’s tempo is fast, his disposition sanguine but erratic. But in spite of everything, we will retain his common sense approach toward money matters. An excellent time to strike out on your own. There will be freedom of movement this year. Be brave, bold, and shocking!
Those born in the following years are Horse: 1906, 1918, 1930, 1942, 1954, 1966, 1978, 1990, 2002, 2014. But if you are born in January or early February, you might want to double-check because that is the time when the lunar year starts in China.
For myself, a Dragon, I am compatible with the Horse. My best friend was born in the year of the Horse. Also, as a very political person, 2014 is my year, and I will be working very hard to move our government left-wards, and getting rid of the influence of the Teapublicans and Talichristians on our government. So expect quite a few political blogs from me this year, though I will definitely intersperse them with things from the world of sports and entertainment.
Olympics are next.