Born today, October 5, you have what it takes to be widely admired, not just for what you accomplish in your life, but for the way you carry yourself. You have a kind of wise calm that allows you to get through even the most difficult of times with a becoming grace. Others like to be seen with you because they are confident that to be in your company will reflect well on them, and that a little of you may well rub off in time. You are always as helpful as you can possibly be to those around you, and your care for others is a prime motivator in your life.
Some may consider you rather cold and aloof -- though you are certainly neither. Why, then, do they think it? It is likely that another individual's negative opinion of you is only the product of his own insecurities and self-doubts -- you are what he fears he will never be himself.
Todays Libra Horoscope: You'll find yourself working closely with another on a project you didn't believe in at one time -- but now that's all changed.
You share a birthday with: Kate Winslet, actress; Guy Pearce, actor; Bernie Mac, actor and comic; Karen Allen, actress; Glynis Johns, actress; Donald Pleasence, actor; Allen Ludden, game-show host; Larry Fine, "Larry" of the Three Stooges; Ray Kroc, founder of McDonalds; Chester A. Arthur, U.S. president.
I have been out of town, and running late w/my birthday wishes, hope you had a wonderful birthday . . . here are some interesting facts about your birthday!!
Born Oct. 5, you are likely to follow a path you lay out for yourself when you are quite young, at least where career is concerned. Because you will no doubt find yourself working diligently toward success at a relatively early age, personal satisfaction -- that is, happiness and longevity in love -- may prove elusive for a time. Indeed, you may think you have found it once or twice, but these may just be trial runs, designed by the stars to test you and see if you are ready for the real thing. You have singular and remarkable talents, and it is likely that you will shape a career in the public eye.
You don't let yourself get all wrapped up in common notions that might otherwise trap you and prevent you from enjoying either your career or your personal life -- or yourself, for that matter. You do as you like, you live as you like, and you define contentment in your own terms.