People born on this day are at their best when they can find a sense of balance; they have a great talent for negotiation and for making people pull together as a team. Their love of balance also displays itself in their personal life. At work they are paragons of ambition and discipline but at home they know how to unwind and reflect. They have a dreamy, intuitive side that is sensitive to the needs of others but they are not impractical and can use their common sense to make sure everyone feels important.
Their homes and workplaces are tidy and elegant but not obsessively so; as a result, people often feel instantly comfortable when visiting. Because of the high value they place on balance, there is often a kind of wholesomeness about these people. There is a danger, however, that their balanced outlook sometimes overlooks the possibility of unexpected setbacks; they need to learn to pay attention to warning signs before trouble actually hits.
They need to be careful during this time not to let their practical, hedonistic side overshadow their idealistic and intuitive side.
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Above all, these people are multi-talented individuals who can channel their imagination and originality into schemes that are both visionary and practical. Once they are able to accept rather than deny their own changeable nature and take on responsibilities with excitement rather than apprehension, they will not only find a true sense of balance and equilibrium, but also the exhilarating sense of achievement and fulfillment that goes with it.
People born on March 16 Zodiac have a talent for making and keeping friends, often putting the needs of others above their own. This is also true of long-term relationships, if they are able both to overcome past hurts that inhibit deep commitment and refrain from being overly sensible about everything.
Once they learn to philosophize less and laugh more they make wonderful partners. Grover Cleveland - As a lawyer in Buffalo, Cleveland became notable for his single-minded concentration upon whatever task faced him. Cleveland was the only President to serve two, nonconsecutive terms. After his first term, he was narrowly defeated by Benjamin Harrison , grandson of William Henry Harrison. Cleveland, in turn, defeated Harrison four years later. As President, his dogged determination and abrupt manner, typical Life Path 4 traits, became obvious.
Cleveland vigorously pursued a policy barring special favors to any economic group. He signed into law the Interstate Commerce Act, the first law attempting Federal regulation of the railroads. Regulation and control, more 4 tendencies, highlighted his term. Grover Cleveland was not one of the great presidents, but for courage, honesty, and patriotism he has never been surpassed. Grover Cleveland's blunt and stubborn ways curtailed his popularity and probably explains why the "strictly business" Life Path 4 fails to deliver more good Presidents.
Natural Skill Set: Progressive ideas, inventive, resourceful, fights for freedom, independent, quick thinker, inquisitiveness, excellent administrator, energetic. With excessive 5 energy or negative application of 5 energy: Overly critical, impatient temperament, a sharp tongue, hasty decisions, impulsiveness, restlessness, nervousness. When you look at the Life Path 5 Presidents, with ranking 7, 1, 4 and 2, respectively, you wonder why we don't make this Life Path a prerequisite for serving as US President.
The Life Path 5 has been the clear winner in terms of quality. All four must be admired. Jefferson may be the best example of the four in expression the love of freedom and liberty so strong in the Life Path 5. Before his presidency, at age 33, he drafted the Declaration of Independence and authored a bill establishing religious freedom, enacted in As President, he slashed Army and Navy expenditures, cut the budget, eliminated the tax on whiskey, yet reduced the national debt by a third.
Although the Constitution made no provision for the acquisition of new land, Jefferson boldly acquired the Louisiana Territory from Napoleon in Lincoln, as an exemplary Life Path 5, issued the Emancipation Proclamation that declared forever free those slaves within the Confederacy.
He never let the world forget that the Civil War involved one huge issue. Dedicating the military cemetery at Gettysburg he said: "that we here highly resolve that these dead shall not have died in vain--that this nation, under God, shall have a new birth of freedom--and that government of the people, by the people, for the people, shall not perish from the earth.
Theodore Roosevelt expressed the view that the President as a "steward of the people" should take whatever action necessary for the public good unless expressly forbidden by law or the Constitution. Serving the people and freeing them from the tyrants of the time he became know as the trust buster bringing antitrust suits under the Sherman Act. A legendary peacemaker and our greatest environmentalist, Roosevelt proves that the love of liberty inherent in the 5 Life Path does provide top Presidents. Franklin D. Roosevelt, our longest serving President 4 terms took office at the height of the great depression and gave the people hope when he asserted in his Inaugural Address, "the only thing we have to fear is fear itself.
His resistance to involving his country in war, and finally his leadership during the second world war after the country for forced to enter the hostilities, cemented this Life Path 5 leader as our second best President. All of these greats were progressive thinkers and energetic fighters for freedom and liberty. All are certainly deserving of the elevated rankings, and together they establish the Life Path 5 as the ideal for "leader of the free world.
Numerology 8 | Life Path Number 8 | Numerology Meanings
Natural Skill Set: An idealist, determined humanitarian spirit, service to fellow man, righteousness, conventional thinking, fixed opinions, steadfast in beliefs. With excessive 6 energy or negative application of 6 energy: Stubbornness, obstinacy, self-righteousness, dominating posture, easily victimized by adulation, slow decision-making.
The executive skills and political savvy of the Life Path 8 would lead one to assume that this would be a natural number to dominate the oval office. Indeed, it has produced more Presidents more a total of 8 than any other Life Path number. Yet only three of the 8 have ranked as above average Presidents, and only one of these, Lyndon B. Johnson, was ranked as one of the top ten Presidents. Lyndon B. Johnson - The assassination of President Kennedy on Nov. Legislation was passed promoting economic growth and the Economic Opportunity Act, launching the War on Poverty.
He secured a strong Civil Rights Act in , which became the legal authority against racial and sexual discrimination.
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Although Johnson had increased the number of U. In this election, he easily won his own term in A huge victory gave him a mandate for the Great Society, his domestic program. Congress responded by passing the Medicare program, approving federal aid to elementary and secondary education, supplementing the War on Poverty, and creating the Department of Housing and Urban Development. It also passed another important civil rights law, the Voting Rights Act of As the nation became mired in Vietnam, racial problems grew into widespread urban race riots between and Military escalation in Vietnam proved to be Johnson's undoing.
Overshadowing domestic affairs, the war resulted in sharp inflation, and prompted unremitting criticism, especially from the young who were subject to the draft. The war dragged on and was not won. Johnson became more secretive, dogmatic, and hypersensitive to criticism. His brilliant political instincts were failing. With his popularity on the decline, on Mar.
Johnson was a power broker in Congress and in the presidency. A great example of the strength of the Life Path 8 chief executive. Major accomplishments of his time included the agreement known as the Camp David Accords. This set the groundwork for a peace treaty the following year between Egypt and Israel. Carter had invited the leaders of both countries to the United States so that he could help them work out a fair peace treaty. He also established full diplomatic relations with the People's Republic of China.
On the home front, Carter created a national energy policy and created the new Department of Energy. He expanded the National Park System, including protecting more than a million acres , hectares of the Alaskan wilderness.
He also appointed record numbers of women, African-Americans, and Hispanics to government jobs. The final 14 months of the Carter administration were haunted by a crisis in Iran. A group of Iranians kidnapped 66 Americans from the U.