Today we are celebrating Dr. Martin Luther King’s Birthday and as I scrolled my news feed I read shared posts from Facebook friends; mostly about Dr. King messages expressing love, respect, unity, nonviolence, fairness, etc., I couldn’t help thinking about fairness.
 Talking about being treated fairly ~ Are we treating our Incoming President Donald Trump fairly?

After all, whether we voted for him or not, Donald Trump won the election as our Commander In Chief, not one time like all the former presidents before him but he was tested 3 times:

1. Traditional election votes.
2. Popular votes, and
3. Electoral votes. 


No President, including Bush, was treated with so much disrespect.

January 19, and January 20, 2017, Incoming President Donald Trump is planning to celebrate his winning leadership with American Citizens, his family, and his friends, and what do we do? 
Instead of uniting to show the world how powerful America is, we behave like spoiled brats, protesting against someone has won fairly and squarely. 




Being a former Viet refugee.  I was here in 1975 and I had witnessed upstanding American citizens with intelligence, good hearts, and common sense that have inspired the world, or inspired me, a teenage Viet refugee.  Are we conforming to the third world country from which I fled from?

America is a Democratic Republic country, where anyone can be anything that they set their hearts and their minds to be, however, they must do that by the rules, and law and order.  




We Viet refugees, the first group that settled here in America in 1975 with only clothes on our back, followed the law and order, and 99.99% of us have succeeded by good work ethics, perseverance, unselfishness and respect for authority.  

Most of us didn’t go to America’s College, however, I proudly must say that we have more class, more guts, more courage than some of our 2nd,  3rd and 4th generations.  Today our younger generations are book smart but lack common sense.


I am a small business owner, advised by good meaning friends not to voice my opinions because they felt my business would suffer.  But you know what?  If I do that, I may as well return to where I fled from.  There is one thing I value more than anything in the world; FREEDOM.  Without freedom, we have nothing.  And when we have to hide our feelings and be a “closet supporters” that is the beginning of the end of our FREEDOM.




President Donald Trump is not a perfect man, and NONE of our presidents before him were perfect men.  None of us men and women are perfect.  Raise your hand if you are and I will recede. 
If Dr. Martin Luther King were alive today, he would be crying out of shame because it has been 49 years since he was assassinated, and Americans still have not learned our lessons. 
HAPPY BIRTHDAY Dr. MARTIN and I proud to call DONALD TRUMP  my President, am I am sure you would too.  
My family will be in DC to celebrate our incoming President’s Inauguration.   If you, President Donald Trump can give up your billionaire lifestyle and sacrifice so much to serve American people, the least we, the Coronado family could do is to be there and show our support.  

Gwen Coronado/January 16, 2017

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 In order to understand Donald Trump, let look at his personal feng shui Trigram that will help us identify with his persona.

For the benefit of everyone, I will leave out politics, religion, and health.

Let’s rewind to his early beginnings.  Trump was born in the year of the Fire Yang Dog; 1946.

Trump’s strengths and weaknesses have both intertwined in his life since the day of his birth.

The characteristics of his strengths encompass being successful, gutsy, and ambitious.

His weaknesses stem from being overstressed, impatient, and domineering.

Cheerful, and forthright, Donald is direct; honest, and above all, loyal.  He has a sense of justice and he is fair.  He likes helping others to achieve their goals if they are willing to work hard and be loyal.   Loyalty is number one of importance for Trump.

Trump believes anyone can learn, but loyalty is a character of a person, you either have it or you don’t.  And he is a good judge of character.  Don’t try to fool him!



Always alert, Trump is good at assessing situations, rounding up problems, finding logical solutions, and he is reliable in crises. 

He is determined and intense and has a tendency to flare up in a temper, which is usually soon forgotten unless you’re disloyal!  

He is sharp in his observations and assessment of what goes on around him.

He is strongly opinionated, loyal, and demonstrates great courage when fighting the good fight; the honorable battle.

He can be forceful and convincing when presenting his ideas and opinions, and because he understands human nature all too well, very capable of mercilessly exposing hypocrisy and pretense.

When attached to a cause, he can become a most articulate spokesperson, and he can make a very bad enemy too; one would be foolish to antagonize him for he knows very well how to take a challenge. 

Trump can be particularly forceful, both mentally and physically, and tends to have an egotistical and dictatorial streak which can create conflict for him with others.



Work relaxes Trump.  Even though his family is very important to Trump, however, work comes first, then family. 

He must beware of dominating others in relationships; both personal and professional as he often recognizes problems way in advance, and acts on them, instead of giving others a chance to cope with things, even to fail, and learn from the experience. In this respect, he is at best overprotective, at worst, compulsive.

Trump belongs to the East Group Family of Trigrams. 

His personal Kua Number is 9 and his Element is Fire. 

His personal favorable colors are Red, Purple, Dark Orange, and Pink.

The Element Wood color, Green, would benefit him as well.  

Email Gwen@GwenCoronado to schedule a speaking engagement or a personal consultation.  HAPPY NEW YEAR! 

Dec 2016/en



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