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Look At Your Wrist Carefully. Do You Have A Fourth Line? Here Is What That Means

by Jyotsana Rao

The lines on your wrist can tell a lot about your personality, character, health, and future. So check your wrist and find out what it says about you!

The First Line

The first line shows how healthy and active your body is. A pronounced line is a direct indication of a happy, healthy, and a long life. But if there are cracks in the line or if it is broken, you must bring a change in your lifestyle. Eat nutritious food and keep your mind relaxed.

If you have a lot of cracks in the first line, it indicates that you have faced a lot of problems in fulfilling your dreams.

The Second Line

A second full line indicates that you’re leading a successful life and you’re completely satisfied with it. If the second line of your wrist is pronounced, it means that you’re living a luxurious life. Cracks in this line indicate that you might face some difficulties in your financial situation.

The Third Line

You might or might not have a third line on your wrist because not everybody has that third line. However, if you have a continuous third line on your wrist, it proves that you have a great influence on other people (both personally and professionally). And thus, you will always be remembered by people.

The Fourth Line

A prominent fourth line shows that you’re going to lead a long life with many children. However, even if the same line is bent or broken, you need not worry. The presence of the fourth line depicts that you have a good control over your life, and you have the ability to bring about a positive change.

How many lines do you have on your wrist? Share this with your family and friends and let them know about their lives as well. Or else, you can pretend to be a fortune teller and dazzle them (wink wink)!

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