Tiger or chocolate?

February 14, 2010 at 6:00 am Leave a comment

Happy Chinese New Year to all ThinkingShift readers.

2010 is the Year of the (Metal) Tiger.

And if you think about tigers, they are sleek and powerful, ready to leap and attack but, at the same time, they are noble creatures and protective of their kind. So 2010 will be a year in which we should all think about where to place our paws before leaping and landing – just like the tiger does. I think it’s going to be a year of upheavals and turbulence. It won’t be a calm year. There will be some thrashing around, some surprises, lots of challenges. The last time it was the year of the metal tiger was 1950 and that year saw a war (Korean War) and plenty of change as the post-WWII period saw societal and technological shifts. And because a tiger is swift and assured, I reckon 2010 will be a year of world-wide rapid change.

The combination of metal and tiger I think will be very powerful and together they can accomplish great feats. Under a tiger reign, it’s possible that Tiger Woods might have a good year 🙂

Disclaimer: I have a very amateur interest in Chinese astrology and Feng Shui, so don’t rely on anything I’ve said above! In fact, it might be better if I wish all ThinkingShift readers a Happy Valentine’s Day. Check out this way too cute video from LOLCats.

And whilst you’re watching, enjoy this box of chocolates, yum.


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