un, deux, trois, quatre, cinq …
Finally the universal 5 Year that is 2012 (2+0+1+2=5) … the short of it:
Feeling Loose and Free (from here):
This is a number 5 year, a year of major change in your life. Horizons are expanded and growth is less impeded. You are likely to make a number of new friends this year as social activities are expanded. This is a year that has brought/will bring excitement and adventure and a good deal more freedom than you have experienced in recent years.
This is a time for feeling loose and free; for moving away from old routines in a constructive way. If you became bogged down during this past year, now is the time to seek out new directions.
The problem with a personal year 5 is the tendency to scatter energies in all directions. Your ability to do detail work is limited now and it will make you feel very confined. In all, this a free-wheeling year that is liable to bring major changes to your life; your career, your family situation, your residence.
And still the short of it here:
2012 is dramatic in terms of unexpected twists and turns.In this pivotal year of 2012, there will be change, change and more change, covering everything under the sun: the economy, politics, the environment, and anything else you can think of. Nothing will be as expected …
2012 is a time of separation and a growing clarity — who really wins and who really loses; who grows and who is diminished. With the vibrant, rebellious, and unconventional 5 entering the picture and bombarding every aspect of life for all of 2012, those who have difficulty accepting change will face a harder path. This is not a good time to put your faith in the status quo. Instead, just keep up your sails, relax and let the wind do the rest. You’ll be just fine or you can allow the change to be happening and flow with the flow of universe.
And the (illuminating) long of it:
You are the person who has to decide.
Whether you’ll do it or toss it aside;
You are the person who makes up your mind.
Whether you’ll lead or will linger behind.
Whether you’ll try for the goal that’s afar.
Or just be contented to stay where you are.
Edgar A. Guest