Part Four: Water Signs
If you've never been the giving type, all that's about to change with optimistic Jupiter's movement into soul-serving Pisces on January 17, 2010. From now through January 22, 2011, zodiac lovers will strive to bless those in need. Some may even touch the lives of others through artistic measures. Touching hearts one at a time could easily become a theme now and especially throughout February when Jupiter makes many other important planetary connections. Take time out the first month of 2010 and meditate on how you could see yourself connecting to those in need this year. Whether someone has a monetary, physical or mental need, strive to make a difference now and enrich someone else's life.
Here's a list of inspiring deeds for giving back this year, according to your sign.
Cancer: You're an emotional soul that rules the home. Loving thy neighbor is too easy for you this year. You've got bigger and better plans to spread the light and it could be through artistic endeavors. Whether it's by music or canvas, you're putting people at ease through media that shines from room to room. Painting for Charity is a prime example of artists making a difference in the world, so be sure to check it out.
Scorpio: Since you rule the house of sex, look into organizations that help those who have been sexually abused. A non-profit group called ClitorAid is currently helping women in Africa who have suffered sexual mutilation. By giving even a small donation, you can make a difference to a woman's life this year.
Pisces: Fishes are already good Samaritans at heart, but this year you'll feel the urge to spread even more light by inspiring and supporting others who pay it forward. Look into organizations that foster this idea. Former NFL player Ryan Nece has a charity called The Power of Giving that's definitely worth a peek; with its scholarship foundation, high school students are encouraged to become positive leaders for their communities. An organization run by former competitive surfer Jesse Billauer, Life Rolls On, is another great non-profit to check out -- this charity provides hope and is an advocate on behalf of young people whose lives have been affected by spinal cord injury.