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"Happiness is a choice that requires effort at times"

At last, for the majority of you, this is about to change. Indeed, the change could even be as a result of your increased activities within the work place. Able to fully appreciate what you have got in life, you will be able to look to your future. Since you should at present be very much at ease with the world, you will feel keen to include all your loved ones in your plans, finding especial pleasure in trying to ensure that family members also can share in your positive view of life.
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Fuk Luk Sau: Luk
Lu Xing was said to be the first star of the Big Dipper, an auspicious star blessing ancient intellectuals with a position in the civil service. In the Song Dynasty (960-1279), Lu Xing became another name for Scholar Star. The popularity of Lu Xing among common people and especially intellectuals might well be due to the establishment of the Imperial Examinations, a Chinese civil service recruitment method and educational system. Before the Sui D...Fuk Luk Sau in Full
 
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Kong Meng on Tiger Throne
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Fuk Luk Sau: Auspicious Trinity
Fuk Luk Sau, commonly referred to as the Gods of Blessings, Prosperity and Longevity are one of the most popular gods/deities in Chinese history. There are countless legends of the Fuk Luk Sau aiding and bestowing kindness on worthy mortals throughout the lands. Technically, they were originally astrological stars (hence the original name of Fuk Luk Sau were the Three Star Gods) which showed the traditional culture of the Chinese people who long ...Fuk Luk Sau in Full
  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


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