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By Jane Napier Neely | January 29, 2009
The Chinese New Year has plodded in on big hooves because it is the year of the Earth Ox. The soothsayers proclaim that the Chinese sign of the Ox evokes stability and dependability. The Ox is a practical work animal, while the Earth element is steady and firm. Together, they create a kind of slow and deliberate energy that can be exasperating. Still, progress will be made in the Year of the Earth Ox; it will occur in slow, barely perceptible increments. If you stay patient and keep your nose to the grindstone, you will make the most of this ponderous energy.
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By Jane Napier Neely | January 29, 2009
The Chinese New Year has plodded in on big hooves because it is the year of the Earth Ox. The soothsayers proclaim that the Chinese sign of the Ox evokes stability and dependability. The Ox is a practical work animal, while the Earth element is steady and firm. Together, they create a kind of slow and deliberate energy that can be exasperating. Still, progress will be made in the Year of the Earth Ox; it will occur in slow, barely perceptible increments. If you stay patient and keep your nose to the grindstone, you will make the most of this ponderous energy.
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