It's both my birthday and the start of the Chinese New Year, so you know there's going to be a celebration tonight! Part of that party will be a traditional grand New Year's feast including salmon (for longevity and intelligence), cabbage (for financial fortune and riches) and mandarin oranges (for good health) eaten to bring good luck all the next year! No meat is eaten on New Year's Day out of respect for animals and knives or sharp instrument are not used lest we cut our good fortunes in half. Wishes (birthday or New Year) are always made on this day as well. Write your wish on a piece of paper with a red pen and place it inside a red envelope. Burn the envelope to seal your resolution and make it permanent. These special day smoke signals bring big and rewarding results! So if you got 'em, light 'em, and Happy New Year!
By Ellen Whitehurst for Astrology.com
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