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What The Marks In Your Palms Are Saying About Your Future.

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In today's short article I want to share with you something my grandma used to tell me about the marks in our palms so do well to read this article to the very end.

I believe everyone has three marks in his or her palms. Keep reading.

Science shows that the lines in our palms are known as palmar flexion creases, and they're there to help us fold, stretch, squeeze, scrunch and do other such things without excessively stretching but as they differ for every individual, they also have some unique features that may be very interested to as.

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Those who have their marks widely apart are believe to become successful for the reason being that they are people with luck, favour and they are destined to be so. At first I found this idea to be a myth but after close observation I found out that the idea is about 90% true.These group of people exhibit leadership characters.

You see in the above Picture the marks do not intersect each other.

For those having the marks in their palms crossing each other they are mostly with less luck and favour as compared to those above. These group of people has to battle with life in other to be successful but mostly ends up becoming poor.

In this picture the marks intersect each other.

So if you really want to check which group you belong just check the marks in your strong hands ( The hands which You are most comfortable to work with).

This is all for these article is very true but also Remember that it is not always true it for everyone it is 90% correct.

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