your name can reflect your health and your fortune?

May 25, 2007 9:26pm CST
i met a relative today. he is the man who tells fortune. he asked me to change my name ,because my name is not so good, and it will bring me bad luck.for example .head disease ,cardiopathy ,tummy bug,canker and other misfortune. in fact ,i really have light cardiopathy,and headache,and tummy at that moment ,i really believed him a bit. when i got home ,i thought it for a long time ,and i nearly had the impultion to chang a new good name. hey ,my friend ,do you believe that your name can reflect something about you?
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6 responses
26 May 07
hi it may be reflect
• China
26 May 07
you believe it ? what's your name ?do you have a good name ? i 'm sure you have .
@ssh123 (31100)
• India
24 Jul 07
Like China, in India too there are thousands of such people who are known as fortune tellers. They also use parrots to pick a lucky card. One should not believe in such tactics and fall prey by paying them. One should have firm belief in hardwork, honesty and sincerety. I definitely do not believe in this.
@coffeeshot (3786)
• Australia
19 Jul 07
I relly don't believe that a name given to you at birth can determine your health. Your health is purely genetic and lufestyle. Though I have heard that your name can determine how successful you are in your career. There was big study conducted a couple years ago that I heard about and it showed that people with more common names were much more successful in their jobs. It seems that bosses feel more comfortable hiring someone with a common name that seems familiar to them than someone with a name that is different and rarer. Strange huh?
@Buchi_bulla (8299)
• India
12 Jul 07
My friend changed her son's name, due to health problems, spending so much for the numerologist. But it aggravated. Now she has gone back to the old name only. But some people are benefited by change of name. I do not know for sure about this matter.
@academic2 (7010)
• Uganda
7 Jul 07
Lucky, keep your wonderful name, the only time you will need a change of name if you were in my country would be when you marry. In my country when a lady marries, she drops her maiden name and takes on the husbands name! Fortune has got nothing to do with a name-some of the most distasteful names in my neighbourhood are the people who seem rich and well-to-do while those with sweet names seem very poor! Just keep your name!
@wilynn (753)
• Singapore
6 Jul 07
Yes. The name is very important. Say your life has too much fire. Then your name cannot have the fire element so as not to make you even more fiery. Something like that I heard from the old people. Hence, everyone in my family checks with the fortune teller before they chose a name for the newborns.