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Wednesday, September 10, 2014
Genius Die Young
We all hope that we will be a little cleaver, earn more
money so that we live better. But, alas! Hope against hope those things never
come true. There is a saying that goes:
“What is destined will be ours; what is not, then never ask!”
According to astrology, once we are born, our fate is sealed
and no one can change this fact.
Well, people always say ‘The God envies the genius ones’. This
term is normally used to show our sympathy towards those brilliant folks who
die of young age. Does this have a foundation? This can be traced from Mr. Chan’s
This type of reading falls under the ‘three high rank
officials’ (三奇贵人格) added
to that there are two ‘scholars’ (文昌)
hidden within. So, Mr. Chan is a super cleaver yet super lucky person.
In real situation, Mr. Chan is indeed a super clever. He was
awarded government scholarships to further his studies in Singapore when he was
young. Later, he again awarded scholarships by Singaporean government to do
research in Japan and subsequently stayed in Japan for a few years before
returning to work in Singapore.
His monthly salary is at least SGD20k and owns some prime
It is a norm that brilliant folks used up their brain and
life force pretty fast; hence they are not long live ones.
Having said so, Mr. Chan will not be able to enjoy his
retirement. Now, let’s look into Mr. Chan’s luck:
He started his luck pretty early, but he burnt his life
force a little too much; and that from the age of 30 to 50; his fate went into
20 years of void and it looks like Mr. Chan’s life will end at the end of 50.
I supposed what the ancient said is true:
“The God envies the genius
while a beauty is short lived.”