Monday, 27 February 2017

should I take accept this

I went for an interview this morning there is no basic on offer I am really afraid but at the moment I could risk anything.
should I accept this job offer?

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SAHIBA LYRICS – Anushka Sharma

Sahiba Lyrics from Phillauri ft Anushka Sharma and Diljit Dosanjh by Romy & Pawni Pandey is composed by Shashwat Sachdev and written by Anvita Dutt

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Sunday, 26 February 2017

Love Horoscope for the Week of February 27

There has been an influence at work for the last couple of months that is exact again this week — Jupiter in Libra opposite Uranus in Aries. You may have found during this time that you got some brilliant ideas, came up with some much-needed breakthroughs, and were able to find new ways to face long-standing issues. You may have also found that you had a heck of a time holding things together and finding a sense of stability. This week’s exact opposition might bring you a double dose of both the positive and negative sides of this aspect.

That sense of agitation you’re going to be feeling on Monday (and throughout the first part of the week) may not be a hangover from Sunday’s Eclipse, or because you lost a bet on the Oscars. Mars opposite Jupiter is exact on Monday. That’s the sort of aspect that can cause a lot of annoyance, agitation, and impatience. It can also pump up the sex drive, so remember: there are ways to work out your frustrations.

Any decent Buddhist will tell you that the Ego is your enemy, but it’s not necessarily the kind of enemy that can just be taken out back and beaten up. If you have a need to take yourself less seriously (or just love that spiritual groove that comes from realizing your True Place in the Universe), then Sun conjunct Neptune (exact on Wednesday) is ideal for your purposes. Take yourself less seriously and laugh off the daily insults that life on the material plane can deliver.

A special note about weekend dating this week: finding the right person for you depends on both your chart and theirs, and also the transits each of you are having. One really helpful thing in your quest can be where Venus is at the time and what shape it’s in. Venus turns retrograde early on Saturday. Now that may not sound like the best of circumstances to you (and admittedly, there are better times for love, all else being equal). But this means that in the latter part of the week Venus is stationary. A stationary planet is a powerful one, and (again, all else being equal) this makes Friday a particularly powerful time for either finding a potential new partner or boosting the romance in an existing relationship. Just make sure your quest for someone new starts on Thursday, because the Moon is Void of Course for almost the entire day on Friday. If nothing else, get out there and chat someone up on Saturday and Sunday, when the Moon in Gemini lends a spark to the conversation.

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Saturday, 25 February 2017

Will he come back? (new chart)

Will he come back? Will we be together again (romantically)?

I am Mercury, in 6th house, conjuncting Sun and Moon.
He is Jupiter (retrogard) in second house.

J&M trine in 7 degrees, but separate.

Can the outcome be positive if the planets separate?

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Mars in Capricorn, Moon in Cancer Compatibility

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Mars in Capricorn will take control of this relationship. Capricorn is a father archetype, and Cancer is the child. This couple will gravitate towards these roles, and it should work out for them, as long as Moon in Cancer doesn’t become too dependent on her Capricorn protector.

Mars in Capricorn is the guy in charge. A prospective partner may underestimate him at first, because he doesn’t advertise his strength. Mars in Capricorn is reserved, but relentlessly determined. His all-work-and-no-play approach can come off as a bit dry, but what he lacks in swoony romance he makes up for with focused intent. Once he determines that a potential relationship is a go, he’ll be the lover who gets things done, and gets them done right.

Moon in Cancer needs to be looked after. Although she’s not inherently helpless, her core needs (which are strengthened by this sign’s rulership of the Moon) involve nurturing and security. She is most comfortable with a partner who makes her feel safe, loved and wanted. When this is distorted, she can be a needy, demanding lover. The flip side to Moon in Cancer’s neediness is her ability to take on the mother role. She needs to be needed, just as much as she requires soothing hugs. Ultimately, she does best when she feels secure enough to shift between a moderate version of these two roles.

Mars in Capricorn will be drawn to Cancer’s soft core. He’ll sense that she needs a protector, and she’ll respond to his strength and certainty. The attraction will be based on the pull of opposites. As the relationship progresses, they may slip into exaggerated versions of themselves. Capricorn could become extremely controlling, while Moon in Cancer gives up her power. But if Cancer has developed her inner security to the point where she can reflect Capricorn’s outer security, the relationship will be more balanced. Cancer will provide the empathetic love that polishes some of Mars in Capricorn’s harder edges. He’ll relax when he’s around her, and allow himself to be looked after (although no one outside of the relationship will see this).

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Wednesday, 22 February 2017

Is it possible to work OVERSEAS next year?

I want to apply for a working holiday visa to New Zealand next year. Just curious, Is it possible to work OVERSEAS next year?

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