Chinese Signs: Goat
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1 p.m. - 3 p.m.
Summer - July
This is the most feminine sign of the Chinese Zodiac. This sign is the Good Samaritan of the cycle and is timid, virtuous, sincere and easily moved. In most cases, he or she has an artistic and creative spirit and is famous for his or her goodness and compassion. Those born in the Year of the Goat know how to forgive easily and are understanding when others err. They hate rigorous plans, excessive discipline or criticism. They love children and animals, feel close to Nature and are affectionate towards their family. Their maternal instinct tends to suffocate others. Prone to mood swings, they find it impossible to work under pressure or be objective. Seemingly modest and calm, those born in the Year of the Goat, hide their inner feelings when threatened. They react passionately although they hate fighting. If dragged into an argument, they prefer to sulk rather than openly say what is bothering them. Being silent and moody is usually more effective than a rage of anger. They often have been spoiled as children. The Chinese feel that those born in the Year of the Goat are lucky thanks to their pure and good heart. They use their time and money helping others so when you don't know where to turn to or run out of money, you can be sure a Goat won't let you down. Those born in the Year of the Goat will always have the three most important things in life: food, shelter and clothes. Wherever they go, they'll meet people who'll help them. They usually have a happy marriage and are loved by their partner and in-laws. People say that a Goat born in winter will have a difficult existence as there's no grass at that time and that's when Goats are slaughtered.
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