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Chinese New Year - The Year of the Sheep
We are delighted that the Chinese Year of the Sheep commences on 19 February - though, of course, we may be slightly biased!
I am a passive onlooker
I let bygones be bygones
Goodness brings me fortune
I believe in the human race
I understand the meaning of giving
My cup is never empty
I am loyal and just and in others I trust
I AM THE SHEEP
Years (from February)
The sheep is among the animals that people like most. It is gentle and calm. Since ancient times, people have learned to use its fleece to make writing brushes and to keep warm.
The Sheep is a Yin energy, a symbol of peace, harmonious co-existence and tranquility. That is the primary and fundamental mood for this year.
Characteristics of people born in the year of Sheep are tender, polite, filial, clever, and kind-hearted.
They have special sensitivity to art and beauty.
They are wise, gentle and compassionate. Women born in this year are willing to take good care of others.
In 2015 life will be a win-win situation for you; after all, this period will be controlled by your patron the Wooden Sheep (Ram, Goat). You'll be lucky practically in everything and everywhere starting with minor household matters and finishing with your cherished dreams and wishes.
In 2015 success awaits representatives of creative professions first and foremost; after all, the Wooden Sheep is a romantic and refined art lover. During the upcoming period our talents will sparkle and glisten allowing us to move forward.
Your love life will be exceptionally successful. Changes are ahead of us and we shouldn't be afraid of them.
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Posted26th January 2015
Bristol-based Toni has loved crafing since she was a small child, but only really had the time to commit to it after having her daughter, Martha in early 2012.
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