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"Even a fool, when he holdeth his peace, is counted wise: and he that shutteth his lips is esteemed a man of understanding."

Try to be open-minded today and see if there are any opportunities for you to take up on. Not everything is easy, but there are always possibilities. Unexpected visitors are especially likely to create delays to any plans that you have for today. However, try not to be irritated by this.
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Chi Lin
The Chi Lin, also spelled Qi Lin (or kirin in Japanese), is a mythical hooved Chinese creature that is said to appear in conjunction with the arrival of a sage. It is a good omen that brings 'rui' (roughly translated as 'serenity' or 'prosperity'). It is often depicted with what looks like fire all over its body. Although it looks fearsome, the Chi Lin only punishes sinners. It can walk on grass and yet not trample the blades and it can also walk...Chi Lin in Full
 
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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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