Jan 04, 1982
73 E 58
18 N 34
Bela Shende are sociable and look upon a wide circle of friends as the correct state for happiness. From among these friends, Bela Shende will single out one who means everything to Bela Shende and that one Bela Shende will marry, if Bela Shende have not already done so. Bela Shende's nature is full of sympathy. Consequently, there is every reason for affirming that Bela Shende's married life will be a happy one. Bela Shende are the sort that thinks a great deal of Bela Shende's home and its contents, and Bela Shende expect it to be a comfortable, well-kept place. Disorder in the house is likely to grate on Bela Shende's susceptibilites. Bela Shende's children will mean a great deal to Bela Shende. Bela Shende will work for them and give them the utmost in education and enjoyment, and what Bela Shende lavish on them will not be wasted.
The length of Bela Shende's life depends more on Bela Shende'sself than on the fates. Bela Shende have the power to attain a rip old age. But, if Bela Shende wish to do so, Bela Shende must take particular care of Bela Shende's lungs. Seek all the fresh air Bela Shende can obtain and, without making Bela Shende'sself a faddist, dwell as much as possible under the sky of heaven. Make a practice of regular walking and see that Bela Shende's head is up and Bela Shende's chest open. Colds and coughs should never be neglected, and damp air is highly injurious. As a secondary caution, look to Bela Shende's digestion. Never overload it with foods that are rich and hard to digest. Plain food will serve Bela Shende best.
Bela Shende are exceptionally good with Bela Shende's hands. As a man, Bela Shende can make things for the home and take a delight in mending the toys of Bela Shende's children. As a woman, Bela Shende's are expert needle worker, painter, cook etc. and prefer to make the children's clothes rather than buy them.