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"We can either make ourselves miserable or we can make ourselves strong, but the amount of work involved is the same."

Your luck will take a turn for the better in the near future. You should enjoy a short break soon. This will be an especially good time for a move, and you may be feeling a little restless where you are at present. Take care that you do not commit yourself to expenses that you can not really afford.
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Hotei: Laughing Buddha
Hotei or Bu-Dai is better known in the English-speaking world as the obese Laughing Buddha. In China, he is dubbed the Loving or Friendly One. He has become incorporated into Buddhist & Shinto culture and is based on an eccentric Chinese Chan monk. His image graces many temples, restaurants, and amulets. Hotei has become a deity of contentment and abundance. Hotei also persists in Japanese folklore as one of the Seven Lucky Gods (Shichi Fukujin)...Laughing Buddha in Full
 
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  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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