It's all in the palm of your hand
I like a good scare at Halloween, but being the one to send people running isn't what I want to experience.
I enjoy Halloween though, and it would probably do me good to get out. I'm considering it. I do, after all, own a crystal ball and recently picked up a box of books through Freecycle that included a paperback on palm reading. Thinking over the offer, I started flipping through the book. These are a few things my right palm is supposed to say about me.
I have an enthusiastic character that moves people to me. I have compassion for the underdog and take on personal challenging situations to help others. I have to continuously replenish my spirits to keep up my enthusiasm and try to be the leader in all relationships.
I am fond of reading, writing, sitting and imagining. The sitting is dangerous for a person of my age. I'm afraid to really go after the dreams I imagine, but proving my ability to make a dream come true could mean a very different life for me.
I have foresight about practical matters. I'm aware of my intelligence, good memory and ability to visualize. I constantly try to improve myself and feel I should be constantly learning something new.
I'm able to see both sides of an issue before passing judgment, am both practical and creative, comfortable in a theatrical setting, with the potential to be a comedian. Humor and laughter make life worth living, unless the joke's on me because I'm so sensitive.
Sometimes my practical judgment suffers because of my idealism.
I work in a well rounded way to attain harmony in love and am dependable in my affections once I let myself really go and love someone. My close friends see a calm and deep nature. I have the type of warmth, kindliness and serenity that holds families together.
That was taking a quick look at what three lines in my hand said about me, and with minor paraphrasing comes straight from a book. I read a little more about patterns that weren't in my own hand, but no matter how much I read, nothing said, "This indicates that you can be a real asshole." Maybe that's the art of being a palm reader or a fortune teller. Just pour on the sugar.
With my southern lady upbringing, I might just be wonderful at this.