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09 February 2005 Wednesday

Gong Xi Fa Cai

slated in days, mused at 6:31 am

Happy Chinese New Year everyone. This year, 2005, is the year of the Rooster; I guess that doesn’t necessarily mean a whole lot to everyone, but it’s something for me. Whether you’re a rat or a rabbit or tiger or dragon or goat, dog, pig, ox, snake, horse, monkey, or …

I’m not totally sure how to feel about the Rooster sign… it’s a Rooster / Cock… it’s not a Hen. So…what does that mean for female Roosters? Also, is it a chicken, a domestic bird that waits everyday for a new dawn, or is it the small form of a phoenix, able to rise from every dust and carry the sun through any day?

I think… some things are innate; sub-conscious / feelings…. and not everyone can choose to be something they’re not..
but everyone can choose to try, and everyone can choose to be or do something different.

There’s only so much room in the present, and in the past.. Find new room in the new years.

Comments on Gong Xi Fa Cai

  1. Happy New Year!
    commented Thu 10 Feb 2005, 01:26:35 AM :: link
  2. I’m currently searching for my garage.
    commented Thu 10 Feb 2005, 05:15:52 AM :: link
  3. Alex
    First of all,
    HAPPY NEW YEAR!

    what does that mean for female Roosters?
    :)))))
    No idea… perhaps many children ;)

    (Thx for you emails. I can´t answer right now. The email server is out of order. best wishes from germany – alex)
    commented Sat 12 Feb 2005, 03:22:02 PM :: link
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