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Tiger

Years born : 1914, 1926, 1938, 1950, 1962, 1974, 1986, 1998

The Year of the Sheep will be a reasonable year for the Tiger. The Tiger likes action and may find the Sheep year a little dull for his taste. So, although 2003 will be at times frustrating, it will still be a good year for gains and building towards the future.


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There will be steady progress at work. By showing initiative, Tigers could put them in line for added responsibilities and promotions. There may not be any swift action the year (poor Tiger), there is good progress, especially in the months of April, May and September. The Sheep year will be good time to think about your future development, to learn new skills and to take additional training to further your career.

Tigers are inventive and creative and 2003 is a good year to promote your ideas. If you have a hobby - time should be spent on it. Also, with a good diet and regular exercise, you will have more energy and stamina. This is a year to pursue quieter pleasures. Try and break up the dullness and routine of the year by taking a trip somewhere. It will do you good the get away.

The Year of the Sheep is a quiet but pleasant year with family and friends. Your input and advice will be well received, which will please you greatly. This is a time for home improvements. Any disagreements at home should be tackled immediately and not left to simmer, to avoid dissension in the ranks.

Socially, this year will be pleasant, the first few months of the year being the most active.

Although this year will not be Tiger swift, whatever you learn will be beneficial to you in the future. So, cheer up! No one really ever died from boredom.

Excerpts taken from: Your Chinese Horoscope for 2003. by Neil Somerville, Thorson Press 2002 and The Handbook of Chinese Horoscopes" by Theodora Lau and published by Harper & Row. Copyright 1979 by Theodora Lau

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