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"Failure is instructive. The person who really thinks learns quite as much from his failures as from his successes."

It is possible that someone will come to you for advice. Take care what you say, as if you are not totally certain that you are offering the correct advice. You may envy those who are supposedly better off than you. Take a closer look at this supposed beautiful picture. There are many cracks that are skillfully hidden.
Oracle's Advice for 22nd July 2006 Oracle's Advice - Tomorrow



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22nd July 2006
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Pi Yao
The myth of Pi Yao tells that the creature violated a law of heaven, so the Jade Emperor punished it by restricting Pi Yao's diet to gold, and preventing the creature from defecating by sealing its anus. Thus, Pi Yao can only absorb gold, but cannot expel it. This is the origin of Pi Yao's status as a symbol of the acquisition and preservation of wealth. The Pi Yao is considered to be an infinite, unending auspicious creature of heaven which brin...Pi Yao in Full
 
Feng Shui Item: Bronze Cicada King ~ Immortality & Health
Bronze Cicada King ~ Immortality & Health
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Ji Gong: Kind Mad Monk
Daoji (1130-1209), commonly known as Ji Gong (Master Ji, Rinpoche Ji Gong), was a Buddhist monk during the Southern Song Dynasty in China. He was born with the name of Li Xiuyuan. Dao Ji was also called Hu Yin (Recluse from the Lake) and Elder Fang Yuan (Square Circle). He was a monastic at Ling Yin Temple near Hangzhou. Even though his eccentric behavior broke the rules of the vinaya (traditonal code for monastics), Daoji had a kind heart and wa...Ji Gong in Full
  Pi Xiu
It is the ninth offspring of the dragon. Covered with whitish-grey fur, Pixiu has the head of a Chinese dragon, but is commonly depicted with only one antler. Ancient Chinese depictions of Pixiu show the male with the single antler, and the female with two antlers. As with the Chinese Phoenix, the common image today is a representation of a single sex. Pixiu craves for the smell of money and it likes to bring his master money in his mouth. Statue...Pi Xiu in Full


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