Born: July 9, 1956 in Concord CaliforniaLife Path Number: 1
Tom Hanks has won two back to back Oscars for best actor. He has received
Oscars for "Forrest Gump" and "Philadelphia". Tom received a star on Hollywood's walk of
fame in 1992. Tom's hand and foot prints were placed in cement at Mann's Chinese Theatre in 1998.
Like a number one, Tom Hanks is definitely someone who stands out, he puts his personal stamp on every movie he makes. Through self reliance, Tom became a success with out counting from the help of others.
Born: November 19, 1961 in Fairfield ConnecticutLife Path Number: 2
Margaret Mary Emily Anne Hyra, better known as Meg Ryan has starred in several
movies with Tom Hanks including "You've Got Mail" and "Joe Verse The Volcano" where
she plays three different characters.
Like a number two, she has played a supporting role in most of her movies. In several movies, Meg played a supporting role to Tom Hanks, a number one.
Born: April 13, 1743Life Path Number: 5
The birth of the United States of America was July, 4, 1776. The United States
has a Life Path of 5, the same as Thomas Jefferson.
Thomas Jefferson was inspired by his love of freedom and change when he wrote the Declaration of Independence, in 1776.
Thomas Jefferson was the third president of the United States, and vice president, under the second president, John Adams. If you still think numbers and dates really don't mean that much, Thomas Jefferson and John Adams both died on the same day, July, 4, 1826, exactly 50 years after the signing of the Declaration of Independence.
There's that number 5 again !
Born: May 14, 1879 in Ulm, Württemberg, Germany.Life Path Number: 6
Albert Einstein shook up the scientific community with his "Theory of Relativity"
and his "Unified Field Theory". But he also brought the scientific community together in the
way they now think about the universe.
He was also ahead of time in the fashion world. He was one of the first men to start wearing shoes without socks. Which is quite common among the yuppies of today. So even in the fashion world, he was an example setter.
Like a number 6, Albert Einstein brought harmony and balance to the universe and the scientific community through his scientific expression. He set the standards for the community of scientists. I am sure scientists of the world, strive to live up to the example he has set. He achieved a position in the scientific community of responsibility and trust.
Born: February 11, 1847 in Milan, OhioLife Path Number: 6
Thomas Edison discovered the Edison Effect, while on the path to inventing
the light bulb. The Edison Effect causes AC current to flow in only one direction, thus
converting AC current to DC current. This lead to the invention of the Diode Vacuum Tube.
Edison thought that this was a cute trick, but had no practical value.
Another inventor took Edison's Diode Tube, added another element, a 'grid', and invented the first vacuum tube amplifier, which lead to the birth of electronics.
The last invention that Edison was working was a machine to talk to the dead, unfortunately he died in 1931, before it was completed.
Like a number 6, Thomas Edison achieved success through scientific expression. He set the standards for the community of inventors. I am sure inventors of the world, strive to live up to the example he has set. He achieved a position of responsibility and trust in the community of inventors, and in the field of hi-tech business.
Incandescent Light Bulb
Born: May 16, 1931Life Path Number: 7
Willie Howard Mays Jr. started playing for the New York Giants, as a Center Fielder,
for $250 a month, and a $4000 signing bonus. He never bothered to tell them that he would
have played for them for free, just for the chance to play in the big leagues.
Like a number seven, Willie Mays developed his philosophy of life through baseball. To him, life was baseball and he developed his own philosophy of baseball and of life.
Like a number seven, there was a lot more to Will Mays than met the eye. He was known of course for hitting home runs and catching fly balls. He hit the third most home runs in a career, next to Hank Aaron and Babe Ruth. He was one of the best outfielders ever. But many people don't know that he could run fast and steal bases as well as anyone. He could also throw a strike ball over home plate, from deep center field, to throw a runner out, and keep him from scoring.
Baseball was everything to Willie Mays, and Willie Mays was everything to baseball. His philosophy was to play all out, and have a lot of fun doing it. He knew every trick in the book, and used them in every game.
Willie played in every "All Star" since his first year as a rookie. When Willie retired, I lost interest in baseball altogether.