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Who said the greater your storm the brighter your rainbow?

Milly Johnson

When there’s a storm there’s a rainbow?

If you have eyes, you will find it. If you have wisdom, you will create it. If you have love for yourself and others, you won’t need it.”

Is 2000 the year of the dragon?

Those born in the year of the Dragon—including the years 1964, 1976, 1988, 2000, and 2012—are thought to be strong, powerful, brave, and lucky.

What signs are compatible with Dragon?


Sign Best Match/ Balance (1st Trine Group) Match
Dragon Monkey, Rat, Rooster Snake, Pig, Rabbit, Tiger, Horse

What does the Chinese dragon zodiac mean?

The dragon is the fifth animal in the Chinese zodiac. In the Chinese culture, the dragon represents good luck, strength, health and also the male element Yang. But in China, they regard the dragon as being a symbol representing imperial power and authority.

When did the Chinese zodiac start?

Chinese Zodiac | History. The Chinese zodiac consists of twelve animals that first appeared in the Zhan Guo period [5th century B.C.]. No one knows the exact date as of when the zodiac was essentially created, but they were officially identified during the Han Dynasty [206 B.C.–9 A.D.], which was over 2000 years ago.

Why does the Chinese zodiac exist?

The importance of the zodiac to the Chinese culture is that the animal signs have been used in stories and folklore. These developed the different personality traits that were represented with each animal. In general, the zodiac provides guidance on how people live their lives.

Do Chinese believe in zodiac signs?

Unlike in America, there is little embarrassment about believing in Western astrology. “But in China, most people don’t have a defined belief system.

What is the reason for zodiac signs?

It’s defined by the annual path of the sun across our sky. The zodiac, the 12 signs listed in a horoscope, is closely tied to how the Earth moves through the heavens. The signs are derived from the constellations that mark out the path on which the sun appears to travel over the course of a year.