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Numerology's Life Path (4); the Path of the Builder

Ever meet someone who gets ahead in life by their own efforts; lives on a budget and sacrifices to get ahead; and is possibly a workaholic? Chances are, they are part of the 11% percent of the population living on Life Path (4) the Path of the Builder. These individuals have birthdays which when summed, and then reduced by Fadic addition give us a (4) result.

(For example Oprah Winfrey, born on January 29th, 1954; 1 + 29 + 1954 = 1984 = 22 = 2)

Note that your Life Path is Numerology's equivalent to your Sun Sign in Astrology; telling us what the primary factors are in shaping your Destiny.

===> Talents and Abilities

Builders main goal in life is to build a life's work based on their own efforts. They require planning and organization in their lives. They relish hard work and effort; are dependable, loyal, and sincere in their actions. They love to see the results of their efforts. They will take risk, but only ones that are carefully calculated and thought out. They will maintain a budget, and not risk more than they can afford. They are thrifty, practical, strait forward people.

Builders treat life as a serious matter. They are willing to put up with hardship and self-denial in order to reap benefits later in life. Generally, their life gets easier as they get older, and reap the fruits of their earlier labors. Builders typically have great skill in using their hands in some fashion. They are conservative thinkers, preferring tried and true methods to get things done. They like to make decisions slowly, and hate to improvise.

===> Problem Areas for Builders

Builders tend to be workaholics, and have a fear of new and original ideas; they don't trust them. They also tend to be very rigid in their thinking, and don't like to compromise their values. Their early life tends to be difficult until the efforts they put out start paying off.

===> Life Path (22 ) Sub-Class, the Master Builder

About 80% percent of Builders born in the 20th century have a birth-date that reduces to the Master Number (22) before it is reduced to (4). These people for a sub-class of Builders called Master Builders. They can achieve literally anything once they set their minds to it. They have a great wellspring of potential ideas and the practical good since to make use of them. Master Builders usually achieve great things on a large scale; they don't build small.

===> Famous Life Path (4) Builders

Famous people with this Life Path include: Minnie Driver, Joseph Fiennes, Jake Gyllenhaal, Jennifer Love Hewitt, Kate Hudson, Peter Jackson, Jewel, Val Kilmer, Chris ODonnell, Will Smith, Chris Tucker, and Usher.

===> Famous Life Path (22) Master Builders

Famous people with this Life Path include: Woody Allen, Joan Allen, Tori Amos, Pamela Anderson, Bono, Jeff Bridges, Tom Brokaw, Joy Browne, Amanda Bynes, Sean Diddy Combs, Michael Crichton, Sheryl Crow, Russell Crowe, David Duchovny, Clint Eastwood, Roger Ebert, Edie Falco, Bill Gates, Jeff Goldblum, Helen Hunt, Ice-T, Elton John, Harvey Keitel, Nicole Kidman, Tea Leoni, Eva Longoria, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Rachel McAdams, Paul McCartney, Matthew McConaughey, Demi Moore, Van Morrison, Mike Myers, Sarah Jessica Parker, Dolly Parton, Luciano Pavarotti, David Hyde Pierce, Brad Pitt, Keanu Reeves, Tim Robbins, Roseanne, Adam Sandler, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Seal, David Spade, George Strait, Quentin Tarantino, Vanessa Williams, and Oprah Winfrey.Keith Abbott is the developer and owner of 'Numerology 4 You' where you can view Oprah Winfrey's complete Numerology reading, along with those of over 500 other celebrities. Order your own Numerology chart today at

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What are some fun things to do/happening in Dallas, TX Independence Day weekend 2011?

My husband and I are spending our fifth anniversary in Dallas over the fourth of July weekend, 2011 (Sat-Mon). Can you please recommend some fun things to do that weekend and also places to eat? I will list below a few things we already have planned and if you could help fill in the gaps that would be great! We are 24 and pretty much like to do anything so all suggestions are welcome!

So far we are going:
Deep Sushi, Hyena's Comedy Club, Barcadia, Malibu Speed Zone, West End (please let us know what is in the West End. We don't really know what we will see but have been told we need to go.), the 6th Floor Museum at Dealy Plaza, the TX Auto Museum, Twisted Root Burger and Ikea.

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The best fireworks show is in Addison July 3, there are lots of good clubs and restaurants there too.
There is a flight museum at Addison airport and if you like planes it is worth the visit.
The West End is clubs and restaurants next to the School Book Depository and museum.
If you have never been to Dallas before visit the Galleria shopping mall.
If you like amusement parks go to Six Flags, and if you like water parks visit Hurricane Harbor.
If you like architecture visit the city hall and library and Pioneer park
The arts district is on the North side of downtown, and the Crow museum of Asian art is free and very good.

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