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"Not being able to do everything is no excuse for not doing everything you can."

Do not let minor negative comments and small problems wear you down today. Look on the bright side of things and enjoy the rest of the day. Forgive a forget. Although it may seem that the actions of a friend is unforgivable, he or she only had your best interest at heart.
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Feng Shui for Beginners
Feng Shui (pronounced 'foung shway') is an ancient Chinese art of understanding the relationship between one's surroundings and how it affects personal health, wealth, and harmony. The physical placement and location of your dwellings, interior layout and landscape combined with the flow of chi can be harnessed to one's personal gain. Many might mistakenly categorize Feng Shui as geomancy, but upon closer inspection: one would realize they are tw...Read Introduction to Feng Shui in Full
 
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Kuan Kung: Poisoned Arm
During a siege on Fancheng (present day Hubei, China), Kuan Kung had been struck in the right arm by a bolt fired by crossbowers from the city walls. The arrow was promptly removed but poison smeared on the arrowhead had already seeped deep to the bone. As he was unwilling to abandon the offensive campaign, his subjects had to send for physicians to the camp to treat the poisoned arm. One day, the famed physician Hua Tuo came by a boat from the e...Kuan Kung in Full
  Fuk Luk Sau: Fuk
Fu Xing is a star that the ancient Chinese thought was in charge of agriculture in China. Today, Fu Xing is generally shown as a court official with a characteristically 'winged' hat, and often with a scepter in his hand. But he looked enormously different in an age-old drawing depicting 28 gods in early Tang dynasty (618-907 AD), where, with a tiger face and leopard eyes, sitting on a huge wild boar, he ranked as the head of the gods. In the Tan...Fuk Luk Sau in Full


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