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What Your Palm Lines Can Reveal About Your Love Life




If you’re like me, you turn to the stars for relationship advice and send out pleas to the universe to figure your sh*t out. But maybe the key to unlocking your love life has literally been in the palm of your hand this whole time.

Palm reading, a.k.a. palmistry or chiromancy involves examining the lines, marks, and features of your hands to reveal a little something about what’s going on in your life. “We’re looking at the hand to discover different pieces of your personality and pieces of your life path,” says Helene Saucedo, hand analyst and author of the upcoming Handful of Stars Palmistry Guidebook and Hand-Printing Kit. “It’s a self-reflection.”

The divination practice centers around four main lines: the heart line, the fate line, the head line, and the life line. When it comes to analyzing your love life, it’s all about the heart line. Saucedo says this line represents your emotional self, or your emotional style. To find yours, look for the line at the top of the palm on your dominant hand.

Typically, Saucedo looks to see whether this line is straight, arched, or extends between fingers. The depth of the line is also worth looking at. Those with deep heart lines are more stable and grounded, whereas shallow lines nod to a sensitive personality.

Let’s break it all down:

If your palm love line is straight

Palm heart love line straight

© Helene Saucedo. From the book: HANDFUL OF STARS: A Palmistry Guidebook and Hand-Printing Kit.

If your heart line goes straight across your hand, you are more stoic and guarded in your relationships. “It’s a very, ‘my way or the highway,’ type of person,” Saucedo says. The boundaries are defined sharply here, as you want to keep your relationship on a road you’re comfortable with.

If your palm love line is arched

palm heart line curved

© Helene Saucedo. From the book: HANDFUL OF STARS: A Palmistry Guidebook and Hand-Printing Kit.

A bit of an arch in your heart line represents balance. Saucedo says this would be someone who puts themselves first and protects their heart, but remains open. You bring a level of emotional intelligence throughout your relationships, so you’re able to realize when you need to take care of yourself, and when you should let a potential partner in closer.

If your palm love line extends between your fingers

palm heart line

© Helene Saucedo. From the book: HANDFUL OF STARS: A Palmistry Guidebook and Hand-Printing Kit.

A heart line that comes all the way to the top between your fingers signifies someone who is very nurturing. “This person is very open and giving, sometimes to her own detriment,” Saucedo says. Sorry to break it to you, but you might find yourself being taken advantage of in your relationships, while you give and give to those you care about.


The heart line also reveals insights about your boundaries. At the end at the edge of the hand, you might find what looks like spikes or barbed wire right under the pinky. Congrats: You have strong, well-defined boundaries. “If you have a very open heart line and strong boundaries, you know who to let in and who to give your love to,” Saucedo says. If these lines are weaker or more shallow, let’s say strong boundaries aren’t your forte.

tassels at end of palm heart love line

© Helene Saucedo. From the book: HANDFUL OF STARS: A Palmistry Guidebook and Hand-Printing Kit.

Now, you might also be wondering if your palm lines ever change. “It’s rare for the heart line to change between the two hands, but I do see it sometimes,” Saucedo says. Over time, someone might start to develop stronger boundaries, signified by a shift in the heart line that no longer reaches the finger.

If your Mount of Venus is tall

Mount of Venus

© Helene Saucedo. From the book: HANDFUL OF STARS: A Palmistry Guidebook and Hand-Printing Kit.

Lovers, that’s not all. Hand analysts often look toward a couple other features that can shed light on how you approach your relationships. You know that joint area inside of your thumb that feels like a big squish? That’s considered the Mount of Venus, which reveals aspects of your sensuality and how you show love to others. If your Mount of Venus stands taller than the rest of your hand, says Saucedo, you’re someone who likes a lot of pleasure.

If you have an affection line

palm affection lines

© Helene Saucedo. From the book: HANDFUL OF STARS: A Palmistry Guidebook and Hand-Printing Kit.

Underneath your pinky finger on the outside of your hand, you might find one or two small lines. Those are your affection lines, often called the marriage line.

If you have an affection line or two, you have a strong relationship that will span your whole life. Think: one marriage. On the other hand, many little shallow lines hint that you’re not having the most impactful relationships. This is obvious, but if you notice a break or split on one of the lines, it means you might face a messy breakup at some point.

More than a party trick, palmistry can act as a reality check and excuse for a dose of self-reflection. After all, understanding who you are in relationships helps strengthen your next or current partnership. Next time you’re on a hot date, bust out your newfound knowledge. You might learn a thing or two about the person in front of you. At the very least? The Mount of Venus will be a great conversation starter.

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Stop unwarranted factional fights, DP Ruto tells Jubilee leaders




Deputy President William Ruto has asked Jubilee Party leaders to stop unwarranted factional fights. 

He said members of the party should conform to the party’s direction under the leadership of President Uhuru Kenyatta.

The Deputy President noted that there were individuals who wanted to create division in the party through propaganda.

Dr Ruto asked members to be wary of such people who did not want to see Jubilee united.

He said the motive of those who wanted to break Jubilee was to ensure it failed to deliver on its agenda to the people.

Dr Ruto further said Kenya was a democratic country that allowed anyone to belong to a political party of his or her choice.

“The rest of us will continue to forge the unity of the nation, progress and transformation of Kenya as we move forward as a party,” he said.

He explained that the party would not be divided by leaders who believe in tribal political parties.

“Jubilee under the leadership of President Uhuru Kenyatta would not allow the country to go back to the era of politics of hate, tribalism and division,” he said.

He noted that those engaging in the archaic politics were wasting their time.

The Deputy President urged Kenyans to shun tribal politics characterised by personality cults.

He explained that the country’s politics should be built around parties with national outlook and guided by progressive programmes.

“That is how we are going to speak about pro-people issues and avoid ethnicity and personality cults.”

Dr Ruto spoke on Sunday in Kericho and Kisii Counties during a prayer service and an empowerment drive of the Kisii Performing Artists Association, respectively.

He was accompanied by Kericho Governor Paul Chepkwony, Kisii Deputy Governor Joash Maangi, MPs Shadrack Mose (Kitutu Masaba), Vincent Kemosi (West Mugirango), Nelson Koech (Belgut), Alpha Miruka (Bomachoge Chache) and Sylvanus Maritim (Ainamoi).


The leaders called for speedy implementation of the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) without dividing Kenyans.

They said the report should be implemented quickly, a development they claimed would ensure the Government focuses on President Kenyatta’ legacy.

“We need to finish the implementation of BBI by March so that we can ensure Big Four is successfully achieved,” said Mr Mose.

Mr Kemosi said they would support the implementation of the BBI report, whichever route the BBI taskforce recommends.

“We have read the BBI report; we will support its implementation whether through county assemblies, National Parliament or a referendum,” he noted.

On his part, Mr Miruka asked politicians not to use the BBI report to divide the country.

“Let us move our nation forward and use the report in transforming the country,” he argued.

At the same time, Dr Ruto said the government was focussed at supporting small and medium-sized enterprises.

He said the country needed to look for a structured way of supporting them.

“They are the engines of our economic growth for they generate jobs to our youths. We must, therefore, come up with policies that would reinvigorate them,” he said.

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Miss Jamaica Toni-Ann Singh wins Miss World 2019 ▷ Kenya News




– Toni- Ann was crowned as the 69th Miss World by her predecessor, Vanessa Ponce de Leon, at ExCel London

– Ann was competing alongside Miss Nigeria, Miss Brazil, Miss India, Miss Jamaica and Miss France

Many girls, while growing up like to dress up as little princesses as they have been made to believe from an early age that they are royalty.

A number of girls nurture this dream as they hope to win a crown and make it a reality one day. That appears to be the case of 23-year-old Toni-Ann Singh from Jamaica who has been crowned the 69th Miss World.

On Saturday, December 14, 2019, Miss Jamaica was crowned as the 69th Miss World by her predecessor, Vanessa Ponce de Leon, at ExCel London. The grand final of the show was hosted by Megan Young and Peter Andre.

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Miss Jamaica Toni-Ann Singh emerges as Miss World 2019

Miss Jamaica Toni-Ann Singh emerges as Miss World 2019 Photo credit: Fabiola Bonnot
Source: UGC

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The news was met with widespread joy on social media and from the other beauty queens from other parts of the world, especially Miss Nigeria, who could not hide her genuine happiness when Miss Jamaica was announced as the winner.

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Miss Nigeria alongside Miss Brazil, Miss India, Miss Jamaica and Miss France were all in the top five spot to clinch the crown but there is no doubt that they are all winners.

Reacting emotionally to her win, Miss Toni-Ann Singh of Jamaica said she is very happy and also thinking of all the work that needs to be done now that she has won the crown.


“So honored and grateful for this opportunity but most of all I’m thinking about the work that needs to be done and that I have the platform and the means to do it. I’m ready to get out there and work. I’m excited!” She said

Earlier, Miss Zozibini Tunzi was crowned Miss Universe 2019 winner in the latest edition of the annual competition.

Her message was loud and clear that this is the time that kind of discrimination stopped, and those little girls should be able to see their faces reflected in hers.

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US secretly expelled two Chinese diplomats, report says [ARTICLE]




The newspaper, which cited people with knowledge of the episode, said it appeared to be the first time in more than 30 years that the US has expelled Chinese diplomats on suspicion of espionage.

At least one of the diplomats was believed to be an intelligence officer operating under cover, the Times said.

The Times said the diplomats, accompanied by their wives, drove up to the checkpoint at the entrance to a sensitive installation near Norfolk, Virginia that includes special operations forces.

The guard saw that they didn’t have permission to enter and directed them to go through the gates, turn around and exit.


The Chinese officials continued onto the base, evading military personnel pursuing them until they were forced to stop by fire trucks blocking their path, according to the Times.

It said the officials said they didn’t understand the guard’s instructions and got lost.

Weeks after the incident, the State Department placed restrictions on the activities of Chinese diplomats, in what it said was a response to years-old Chinese regulations limiting the movements of US diplomats.


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