John Ellis "Jeb" Bush served as the 43rd Governor of Florida from 1999 to 2007. He is the second son of former President George H. W. Bush and former First Lady Barbara Bush, and is the younger brother of former President George W. Bush. February 11, 1953 (age 61), Midland, TX.
February ELEVENTH the Day of IMPROVED COMFORT: Many born on February 11 make a contribution toward improving the quality of life around them. Such improvements may be of a conceptual, inventive nature or of a distinctly hedonistic variety. In either case, the physical well-being of those close to them is likely to not only be looked after but improved.
The key concept for February 11 people is improvement, for they believe that things are never really as comfortable or efficient as they could be. Although comforts and luxuries may result from their efforts, most February 11 people themselves are not hedonists. It is only the less highly evolved individuals born on this day who give themselves over to an unremitting pursuit of pleasure. This can actually work out quite well for a time, but inevitably spells disappointments, jealousies, possessiveness and pain. For more highly evolved February 11 people, improving the lot of others is a creative task which they pursue with great ardor and dedication.
STRENGTHS: Helpful, Inventive, Appreciative
WEAKNESSES: Excessive, Over-involved, Insensitive
ADVICE: Try to pay more mind to what people really want, not just to what they appear to need. Allow others more privacy. Observe your ideals and principles but don't impose them on family or friends.
BORN ON THIS DAY: Thomas Alva Edison, Burt Reynolds, Lloyd Bentsen, King Farouk, Manuel Noriega, Tina Louise, Eva Gabor, Jeb Bush;
MEDITATION: The pursuit of pleasure ultimately involves the suffering of pain.
Source: The Secret Language of Birthdays, Gary Goldschneider & Joost Elffers.
Spades - Wisdom - Labor - Acceptance
Ace of Spades - The Need for Inspiration
Karma - Emotional Interference
ACE of Spades - The Card of AMBITION: The Ace of Spades is the ancient symbol of the secret mysteries, the most spiritual card in the deck, and yet, also the most material. The A person usually has a life-long conflict between their material, worldly urges and their deep, past-life spiritual heritage. Their displacement and Karma Card, the Seven of Hearts, suggests trials in the realm of relationships. Their mission is to find the inner peace that comes through a life of service and dedication to higher principles. As their karma from previous births is discharged, they come to realize this and learn to follow the unwritten law of spiritual truth. In many ways they have put themselves upon the cross. Whenever they deviate from the law, or disregard their spiritual nature they seem to be unjustly punished. Those Ace of Spades who are mostly material- minded seem to have one problem after another. However, whenever they do follow the law, they are protected, finding the inner peace they seek through awareness of their wealth of spirit.
Your Karma Cards are the: Seven of Hearts - You owe something to this person and they reflect you in some way. Two of Clubs - This person owes you and you are their mirror in some way.
ACE of Spades BIRTHDAYS: January 13 Capricorn - February 11 Aquarius - March 9 Pisces - April 7 Aries - May 5 Taurus - June 3 Gemini - July 1 Cancer
FAMOUS ACE of Spades Karl Marx was a German philosopher, economist, sociologist, journalist, and revolutionary socialist. May 5, 1818, Trier, Germany.
FAMOUS ACE of Spades: Orlando Bloom, Stephen Hendry, Jennifer Aniston, Burt Reynolds, Sheryl Crow, Emmanuel Lewis, Keely Smith, Bobby Fischer, Russell Crowe, Jackie Chan, Billie Holiday, Karl Marx, Tammy Wynette, Chris Brown, Anderson Cooper, Suzi Quatro, Rafael Nadal, Pamela Anderson, Carl Lewis, Princess Diana.
Source: Robert Camp's Love Cards www.7thunders.com
ACE of Spades: "Embodied in this card, which traditionally has been identified as a symbol of death, is also the key to the mystery of life. Unfortunately, for the majority of those who are identified with this card, the mystical meaning of this symbol is lost. If you belong to this category, this card becomes a symbol of labor, and all too often you try to solve all your problems by the sweat of your brow or through questionable schemes. But, as you read these lines, realize that your card is also a symbol of spiritual wisdom, and as the life pattern portrayed in your card is not a particularly easy one, keep this in mind. It may help you cope with and transcend the many challenges which appear to be part of your destiny. The temptation to indulge in bitter despair may be a real hazard. Remember, from the meta-physician's viewpoint, despair and inspiration are often considered to be a step apart. Discipline and vision are essential key words toward the overcoming of your problems. In the process, you may also become a source of inspiration to others." ~Arne Lein, What's Your Card?
AQUARIUS III - The Week of ACCEPTANCE February 8-15: The theme of acceptance runs strong in the lives of Aquarius III's. Some of them are hardheaded and not particularly open to unusual ideas and people but become increasingly tolerant as the years go by. Others are overly accepting from an early age and allow themselves to be unduly manipulated or influenced by stronger, more selfish types. The challenge for Aquarius III's is to remain open to the world while at the same time retaining the ability to be selective in screening out harmful influences.